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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Eagle vs. Lion

This was a really fun piece for the October 2010 issue of 'Stocks & Commodities.' The AD already had a concept in mind for the article: "A rampant lion is a classic symbol for the UK, while the bald eagle is one for the US. A lion on a cliff edge could be swiping his paw at a bald headed eagle who is ignoring the lion and flying on his way. Perspective is kind of fish eyed so eagle is big in forefront and lion is small below? What do you think?"

Sounded good to me. Might be fun to do a 'animal versus' series based on this.

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