Saturday, September 20, 2008

Omega-3 Enhanced



This one was on the cover of the Dining section of the New York Times on Wednesday. The article is about a new (and questionably effective) trend of adding nutrients from one food (anchovies, for example) to another unrelated food (that orange juice you're drinking).

6 comments:

Peter Herpich said...

Boosh! Nice job bro.

David Wolter said...

Nice! That's the largest newspaper cover page illustration I've ever seen. Great creepy vibe, well done.

dpmsurf said...

Omega 3 is a very healthy addition to your diet. The problem is that whenever you just add something to a food type - trying to seperate everything - you are losing the natural synergy between the other parts of the natural food.
I am not sure if this adding omega 3 to foods is good or bad but it i obvious that Americans do not have enough Omega 3 in our diets.

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stephen eidson said...

This is my favorite of the illustrations you've posted here. Really well executed version of the idea!

Thomas Herpich said...

Hey- thanks everybody! And big thanks to the Times for giving me a shot.

Bob Flynn said...

Arriving late via the plug on Meathaus. Loved this illustration when I saw it in the paper. I remembered it immediately as I was scrolling through your blog.