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January 9, 2018

Jean-Francois Podevin created the cover and an interior illustration for Johns Hopkins University Arts and Sciences Magazine, using CGI/3D to depict elements that are being combined in new ways to make never-before-seen materials. (more)

January 9, 2018

From student life to research in progress and alumni achievements, college and university publications provide a vibrant canvas for some of the most creative illustration assignments around.  (more)

June 1, 2017

The illustrators at Gerald & Cullen Rapp have a long history of providing compelling imagery for academic research published by Deloitte University Press. Here are examples of how these artists visualize technology, healthcare, finance, and energy. Jean-Francois Podevin combines strong concepts with the realism, dimension, and texture that can only be achieved in 3D: (more)

June 17, 2016

Jean Francois Podevin shares a couple of cover illustrations from one of his favorite clients, California Real Estate Magazine. (more)

February 29, 2016

Jean-Francois Podevin’s cover illustration for the Personal Finance section in The Wall Street Journal takes up the Robot vs Human debate as it applies to financial advisors. (more)

January 4, 2016

Jean-Francois Podevin riffs on Rene Magritte’s famous Son of Man painting for the cover and opening illustration of American Bar Association magazine’s feature story, "How Dewey Management's Rosy Picture Masked an Ugly Truth." (more)

October 11, 2011

Jean Francois Podevin’s cover and interior images for CACM magazine explore the subject of the biology of "reactivity," showing how the construx of living organisms can help us design new technologies. For instance, the molecular structure of heart tissues can help us design new artificial fibers that are indestructible. (more)