Matt Forsythe moved to LA and started working on Adventure Time since we last posted about his work. Everything about his work here and here is outrageously good. How do illustrators like Matt get a brief that says “illustrate risk assessment and management” or something and then draw such a fun solution like a killer lion roaring at a bird? And there’s another one in there about “talent acquisition” and it’s a tiger leaping out of the jungle. I wonder if the art director came up with these visual metaphors or Matt just said “I want to draw you some awesome cats for your dumb business thing.” That’s how illustration works right? I wonder how many illustrators have been tempted to just draw that generic businessman with briefcase tight-rope-walking up a volatile graph or chart. Those are so bad they’re almost good. I want to know more about that generic businessman with briefcase.