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ImageThinker’s Pro Wrestling Road Not Taken

ImageThinker’s Pro Wrestling Road Not Taken

Written by: James Lake, Graphic Recorder at ImageThink (@imagethink) At ImageThink’s off-site this year, Heather Willems asked me what career path I would have chosen if I wasn’t graphic recording for ImageThink: Pro Wrestler! This may come as a shock, especially to anyone that has seen me in person, but it’s true. I’ve been a fan of […]

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Graphic Recording for Jerry Rice – Lysol Healthy Habits

Graphic Recording for Jerry Rice – Lysol Healthy Habits

ImageThink Enters the Wide World of Sports  All of us at ImageThink graphic recording believe in living healthy lifestyles, and we were delighted to support Lysol’s Healthy Habits Campaign. Five student athletes were selected from around the country to come together and be coached by Jerry Rice (one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history). Our […]

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ImageThink Pro Bono Graphic Recording with SKIP of New York

ImageThink Pro Bono Graphic Recording with SKIP of New York

Each year, ImageThink employees are encouraged to seek out a pro bono job. This year, our graphic recorder, James Lake, chose SKIP of New York. In a nutshell, SKIP (Sick Kids [Need] Involved People) helps New York’s sickest kids. SKIP acts as a free medical concierge connecting medically fragile children with the services and equipment […]

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Visual Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Visual Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico

ImageThink was traveling west this fall. And we had the chance to visit Santa Fe, the oldest capital city in the United States. And we took our own notes about what we can learn about visual communication in this vibrant historic city. The city of Santa Fe was originally occupied by a number of Pueblo Indian villages […]

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Fixing Health Care with the New Yorker

Fixing Health Care with the New Yorker

Last week, ImageThink was on hand to capture an important conversation about the future of our healthcare system. New Yorker staff writer Malcolm Gladwell hosted a candid conversation with David Goldhill, the author of the new book “Catastrophic Care: How American Health Care Killed My Father—and How We Can Fix It.” Goldhill, whose father died […]

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