Katja Cho is a designer & illustrator specialising in design management and art direction.

Feature illustrations for Popular Mechanics

Feature illustrations for Popular Mechanics

Feature illustrations for Popular Mechanics

Feature illustrations for Popular Mechanics

Feature illustrations for Popular Mechanics

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CAN AN INDIE ISP BEAT COMCAST?

Popular Mechanics explores the nature of rogue internet service providers, honing in on a company called Monkey Brains located in San Francisco.

CAN AN INDIE ISP BEAT COMCAST?

Popular Mechanics explores the nature of rogue internet service providers, honing in on a company called Monkey Brains located in San Francisco.

CAN AN INDIE ISP BEAT COMCAST?

Popular Mechanics explores the nature of rogue internet service providers, honing in on a company called Monkey Brains located in San Francisco.

The feature explores the nature of how the technology works on a granular level, the monolopy large internet service providers create, and the technical restrictions that go into opting into use indie companies to gain internet access.

The feature explores the nature of how the technology works on a granular level, the monolopy large internet service providers create, and the technical restrictions that go into opting into use indie companies to gain internet access.

The feature explores the nature of how the technology works on a granular level, the monolopy large internet service providers create, and the technical restrictions that go into opting into use indie companies to gain internet access.

The feature explores the nature of how the technology works on a granular level, the monolopy large internet service providers create, and the technical restrictions that go into opting into use indie companies to gain internet access.

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INTENT

Illustrations were created to really help explain the nature of the technology and how customers gain access to it – through wires thrown onto roofs of buildings that ping signals to and from other buildings also using the same technology.

INTENT

Illustrations were created to really help explain the nature of the technology and how customers gain access to it – through wires thrown onto roofs of buildings that ping signals to and from other buildings also using the same technology.

INTENT

Illustrations were created to really help explain the nature of the technology and how customers gain access to it – through wires thrown onto roofs of buildings that ping signals to and from other buildings also using the same technology.

ASSETS

I provided the style guide for the feature, illustrations, design for infographics, and art direction for motion graphics.

ASSETS

I provided the style guide for the feature, illustrations, design for infographics, and art direction for motion graphics.

ASSETS

I provided the style guide for the feature, illustrations, design for infographics, and art direction for motion graphics.

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CREDITS

Motion by Sandy Li-Chang Pan