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The Insitute for Creative Development is a Think Tank and Center for Advanced Leadership Training. Its work focuses on understanding the future and what it asks of us. It is directed by psychiatrist and futurist Charles Johnston.
How illustration will be used
This graphic will be used on the Institute's You-Tube page as the lead illustration.
We will need it as a digital image that can be used on the web page.
The image will accupy most of the vidoe frame at the beginning of the video
Colors to Explore
The illustration introduces the youtube page of cultural psychiatrist Charles Johnston (Titled "Ask the Cultural Psychiatrist"). We have a pretty specific idea for the image. Remember the old Peanuts cartoon image of Lucy sitting at a desk (sort of like a lemonage stand) with "the doctor us in" written on the front of the desk and "five cents" on the part of the structure that is above her head (you can find it on-line)? The illustration should mirror it (reference it enough in style and content that people immediately make the connection) but now the words on the front of the stand say "the cultural psychiatrist is in" and instead of Lucy's face there is my image (done as a cartoon sketch in a similar style) reading a postcard (people send me postcards with questions to answer on the site). (Keep the 5c on the upper part.) Feel free to alter the scale if needed to make it work with the wording and my image--as long as the design reference communicates that is all that matters. I have included my photo for reference. (You can also find it at www.culturalmaturityblog.net)
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friendly, fun, and accessable, but also serious