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Milken Review
posted: September 13, 2008
Joannah Ralston of Insight Design commissioned me for a full pager and two spots for Milken Review. The job was in glorious black and white. I love the challenge of a limited palette assignment; it focuses my design chops.

The article is about the state of upward mobility in the USA. The myth is that if you work hard and are the best you will raise your economic status. The reality is that social class, education, and current economic realities are causing fewer and fewer opportunities for the underclass to improve their status.
 

Final Drawing...
Sketch A...
Sketch B...
Sketch C...
Sketch D...
Sketch E...
Spot 1...
Spot 2...
6 comments
Scott Bakal September 13, 2008
Working with Joannah is always a wonderful experience. These are all great...sketches and all. Excellent final!
Mark Fisher September 14, 2008
Rich, love those hands in the first drawing and spot 1.
J.D. King September 14, 2008
Cool, man! I see your are Milken 'em for all they are worth!
Robert Saunders September 14, 2008
Up to your usual zany standards, Rich!
Zina Saunders September 14, 2008
Really nice, both in concept and execution.
Alan Witschonke September 15, 2008
Strong images, Rich. Nice job.
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