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TRACI DABERKO
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)

February 26, 2015

Traci Daberko created a full page plus numerous spot illustrations for an article in Experience Life magazine titled, "Free Yourself from Depression." (more)

March 21, 2014

Gerald & Cullen Rapp illustrators appear regularly throughout the well designed, high quality publications produced by universities as a means of staying connected to alumni, faculty, and students. Stephanie Dalton Cowan created this compelling cover on Big Data for Cornell University, ECE Connections Magazine. (more)

September 27, 2013

Traci Daberko recently illustrated a can-recycling project for Fixation Marketing and their client, the Can Manufacturers Institute, promoting the sustainability and cost-effectiveness of cans. (more)

April 23, 2013

Traci Daberko was commissioned by Smithsonian Magazine to illustrate a feature article called "X and the City". The story, featured in the Smithsonian May 2013 issue, is about the mathematics of cities and how they all relate to one another. (more)

May 24, 2011

Traci Daberko was commissioned by the Toyota Corporation to create a visual representation of their core global values which are rooted in five foundation elements. Her tree illustration will be used in conjunction with their corporate vision statement to symbolize strength and power and stability. (more)

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