L’argus de l’Assurance (The insurance argus) asked me for an exercise I wasn’t used to doing: Making an image based on an existing one.
The original image is quite spectacular by the size of the painting and the formulas inscribed on it, which hint at the scientific dimension of the research.
J. R. Eyerman/The LIFE Picture Collection
An old-fashioned atmosphere away from computers, white shirts and chalk, it smells strongly of the 50s.
The argus needed an illustration showing the headache of insurance companies that must constantly renew their offers or prevent future risks, as what, ecology does not only affect nature lovers …
The editorial wanted gender parity unlike the original.
Here we go. Photo without net and urgent.