Friday, June 13, 2008

Disaster and Insurance

A generous portion of destruction, courtesy of USAA magazine. This drawing for an article about the myths of insurance coverage. The drawing depicts various insurance nightmares, in the faux-informational style of 19th century encyclopedias.

10 comments:

blewis said...

Did you learn anything? Did this make you buy more insurance?

John Hendrix said...

Yes:

Red cars are not necessarily more expensive to insure. If the car is a red convertible, then color can change the rate slightly.

If your house is flooded, and you don't have flood insurance: set it on fire.

cagedwisdom said...

I'll be getting this magazine soon as
a new member of the USAA. Glad to know you draw pretty pictures for them. I understand insurance so much better with the car and the dots connecting it to the deer.

John Hendrix said...

Doing another spot for them for this article over the weekend. Sports car rolling off cliff, a la Ferris Bueller.

Caged- I knew deer would speak particularly to you. All things to all men.

Melanie said...

This was totally up your alley with the disasters. That is so John Hendrix, now if Bounty will just call. :)

Andi said...

love the finished product.

melanie- you make me laugh.

logan said...

Wow, awesome drawings John. What a perfect article/topic for you to tackle too.

julia said...

wow- this looks so good! i especially love figure 9 and the houses on the bottom . they're cute! (i'm sure you were going for that)

John Hendrix said...

thanks julia

I've learned how to do cute from the best.

Paul Hoppe said...

Hey John! Great stuff!!!
Best, Paul