Visuals that Speak

Expressing a message visually takes a talent for distilling meaning. A strong theme is understood instantly. Being able to tell what an article is about or what a company does gives the power to recognition. It positions the topic—whether editorial or corporate—into the mind of the viewer.

For the effort it takes to build visibility in a visual highway of images flying past viewers every day, the image itself needs impact. To invest in a weak image is a waste of money because it will not motivate response. To not invest promoting a strong image is also a waste of money; it wallows in obscurity.

Let me help to give your messages power. Please enjoy this new blog that demonstrates my range of contributions to many clients and publishing projects. My portfolio will be rotating, including my latest. Each image carries the personality, story, and style of its subject.

My job is to bring a wide backgrount, talent for symbols, and artistic experience to produce images that speak. Each carries the personality, story, and style of its subject.

Working virtually, I create images for clients anywhere. Primarily for publishers, associations, and entrepreneurs, I delight in providing concepts and artwork for: banners, articles, books and book covers, websites, profiles, e-books, magazines, blogs, inworld magazines and books, and print in every form.

Please contact me at lianesebastian9@gmail.com.

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About wisdomofwork

I have a passion for publishing: I wear a designer's hat, editor's coat, and publisher's shoes. See more about my work at www.lianesebastianillustration.wordpress.com.
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