The blog section has a new post with ideas using Illustrator for an article I am trying to pitch about the Web and online connectivity being restricted worldwide due to geoblocking. It also ties into GDPR and the blocking of sites, such as LA Times, and how users may subscribe wile paying more for a service in one country, but get much less content in another (Netflix a prime example). As well as how difficult it can be for traveling remote workers and expats who have to rely on sometimes expensive and unreliable VPN services to get work done. Here are some of the illustrations or graphic design samples that I created from scratch:
keep in mind the globe is totally abstract and not meant to convey the actual planet in any way. I created it entirely with the pen tool and from scratch and it isn't meant to be an actual representation of any sort. I could do that, however, if you wish to work with me on such a project, but this was just a quick ideal of a concept of the Internet being restricted by geoblocking.
I also have some PDF files of the various variations, but Weebly is limiting my ability to upload some of them until I upgrade to a better plan because they are too large of files. Here is one I was able to upload however: