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Illustration for the October Issue of Washingtonian Magazine

Michele Melcher

Here's a quick illustration that I did for the October issue of Washingtonian Magazine, "These Private Schools Are Even More Customized for Your Kid," by Elaina Plott. The article discusses DC area private schools and how crazy customized and competitive they have become for those families who are hoping that they will propel their children straight into Ivy League Schools and bright career paths.

From my own experience growing up in rural Pennsylvania and attending public schools until I went to college and Art School, this was an eye opening read for me. I had never heard of the terms STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) , STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts Math) and had no idea that K-4 Engineering was even a thing - besides maybe playroom building blogs or a game a Jenga? Anyway, the story is a pretty interesting and you have a few minutes check it out.

And a shout out Kellie at Washingtonian Magazinefor the Art Direction. Thank you!

 

 

 

Illustration of Dean Gary S. May for Georgia Tech Engineers magazine.

Michele Melcher

A few months back I was contacted by Georgia Institute of Technology to illustrate a portrait of Dean Gary S. May for the cover of the College of Engineering magazine. This portrait illustration will be featured on an upcoming issue of "Georgia Tech Engineers".  Although it is not yet published I do have permission to post the illustration.  It is such an honor to have been able to create such great work for one of the leading Universities in the world. Thank you to everyone at Georgia Tech who helped with your direction and feedback.

Dean Gary S. May in front of iconic Tech Tower at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Dean Gary S. May in front of iconic Tech Tower at Georgia Institute of Technology.