IllustraphobiaIllustration // Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
Illustrators everywhere know the feeling: the hard knot churning in your stomach, the single trail of sweat dripping down your brow as you silently panic after hours of knocking your head against the desk, trying to wrestle a single line onto paper. You are not alone; you are suffering from Illustraphobia, the fear of a blank sheet of paper, and we're here to support you through your recovery.
Illustration by Mark Kaufman, a partner at Vivitiv, an issue oriented design firm based in Seattle. His illustrations have appeared in publications nationwide including The New York Times, The Progressive, The Stranger, and The Oxford American.