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Infographic at the Nature Center

I received an email from someone at the Chippewa Moraine Ice Age Center at a state park in northern Wisconsin, wanting to purchase my butterfly infographic as a poster. They are going to hang it on display to help educate visitors about monarchs, their migration journeys, and the problems the monarch population is facing due to habitat loss.

I illustrated and designed this fun infographic and map to show the amazing migration of Monarch butterflies, along with other fun facts about other butterflies, fragile and fascinating creatures. It also shows some differences between butterflies and moths that people often wonder about.

It makes a great educational print which also looks nice framed and hanging on the wall. I can vouch for that because the framed print shown below is hanging on the wall in my home office, which makes me happy 😉 It’s also listed in my shop as an 11″ x 14″ print, printed on photo matte card stock paper with a slight border for framing allowance.

Clients like the Department of National Resources (DNR) and State Parks are dream clients for me, so I’m thrilled to have my illustrations and designs on display or used as handouts at conferences.

Terri

Infographic Map Print

I received an email from someone recently, asking if my butterfly infographic map was for sale as a print.

This is the infographic map I illustrated and designed showing the amazing migration of Monarch butterflies, along with other fun facts about other butterflies. It also shows some differences between butterflies and moths that people often wonder about.

Please do not print this artwork without my permission. It is available for purchase.

It makes a great educational print which also looks nice framed and hanging on the wall. I can vouch for that because the framed print shown below is hanging on the wall in my home office, which makes me happy 😉 It’s now it’s listed in my shop as an 11″ x 14″ print, printed on photo matte card stock paper with a slight border for framing allowance.

I’m excited to do more of this type of illustration, a combined infographic map highlighting a species or something special about nature, migration and the environment. Stay tuned…

Terri

An Infographic

For one of my final projects, we had to design an infographic or timeline. Since I couldn’t think of any ideas for a timeline, I decided to do an infographic of the migration of monarch butterflies.

I could imagine how to chunk related information, with repeated use of color and graphic elements. I made a simple map showing the path from central Mexico to North America with sidebars explaining the journey for each of the four generations it takes to make this migration. I also included some fun factoids about monarchs, other butterflies, and moths in the bottom sections, which are separated by wavy lines to mimic a butterfly’s flight. For consistency, I used similar colors for headlines, for body copy, boxes and lines.

Please do not print this artwork without my permission. It is available for purchase.

UPDATE: This print is now available for purchase at my Etsy shop, if you’re interested! Let me know if you want a size different than 11″ wide by 14″ high.

I had to do a few new illustrations to complete the story, such as caterpillars, plants and moths. Here are a few:

Luna moth and its caterpillar

luna moth

Luna Moth caterpillar

Cecropia moth and its caterpillar

Cecropia moth

Cecropia caterpillar

I designed this infographic to be poster side, measuring 18″ wide x 24″ tall. My next step is to design the back side so it will fold up into a brochure. (I think it would be cool as an insert in the National Geographic magazine or at a botanical gardens.)

I had so much fun concepting and designing the infographic part of this project, so I’m looking forward to working on the brochure design. Hope I get to do more design projects like this in my creative future.

Thanks for stopping by!

Terri