2017 CASE GOLD MEDAL BEST ILLUSTRATION Our two images DR. JEROME have just been honored with a CASE Gold Medal for Best Illustration by one of the top university magazine award programs in the country: the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)
"Dr. Jerome" by David Decosse, Santa Clara Magazine, Spring 2016
"He was a man of action, and he was far better at being a doctor than a father. Some lessons here: in golf and swimming, fear and love, doing and dying."
Image 1: Dr. Jerome We represented the difficult relationship between the Dr. Jerome and his son David during his childhood. We imagined the father-doctor through the eyes of David (child). We wanted to communicate the psychological state. The Dr. Jerome face is imposing and proud, he is immersed in his work as a surgeon, scientist, researcher. The light of the operating room, as a luminous disk of light surrounding his head, emphasize his greatness as a surgeon.
Image 2: Father Jerome Rapprochement between father and the adult son through dialogue and the sharing of one’s thoughts. We have represented the mending of the relationship between father and son during the doctor’s disease, using the thread, embroidery, fabric texture / Network / gauze. David takes care of his sick father and rediscover the bond of love .... Conceptual symbolic interpretation..