What don’t we love about a conceptual illustration so eloquently executed?

February 12, 2016 Matt Canning creates illustrations each issue of Habitus Living Magazine, Indesign Media Asia Pacific. This set was for an article about the relationship between the master and the apprentice, and one of the examples used was the sushi chef. “This is the theme I wanted to focus on here. The hand with the chopsticks represents the sushi teacher, and the moths the students. I liked the idea of the teacher being a light that draws the students in, and the lightbulb being a recognisable symbol of genius. The moth on the light switch suggests that the teacher/master’s ability to impart his knowledge is dictated to by the ability of his students.”

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