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Virginia Montgomery

ImageThink Graphic Recording – Best of 2014

January 29, 2015

2014 was a busy year for ImageThink. Our team of Graphic Recorders traveled across 6 countries to create visual notes at over 220 engagements. We listened to conversations, instantly recorded the key points and organized them into visual summaries. Working across diverse fields, we had the opportunity to watch top trends emerge. At public events, industry leaders discussed topics spanning from personal genomics, cyber security, to climate change and cultural diversity. We created this slideshare to reflect the biggest ideas from this year’s public conferences, not only to continue the conversation but also to create a lasting impression of what […]

Meet the ImageThink Team – Virginia Montgomery

September 2, 2014

Next is Virginia Montgomery, who was a multi-talented Graphic Recorder with ImageThink. Her background is in Sculpture. Bruce Lee once said, “In building a statue, a sculptor doesn’t keep adding clay to his/her subject. Actually, he/she keeps chiseling away at the inessentials until the truth of its creation is revealed without obstructions.” This is, in many ways, the way we all work at ImageThink. Virginia heard about ImageThink and the field of Graphic Recording from an article in the Wall St. Journal, and we were so glad she did! She quickly became one of our full-time artists, managed the blog, and […]

Virginia’s Transition

May 29, 2014

It has been an amazing journey working with ImageThink. From first meeting ImageThink as a freelancer in July 2012 to joining the team full time in January 2013, the amazing opportunities, hilarious stories and the passion of the whole ImageThink has painted a picture that I’ll never forget. Some of my favorite ImageThink work memories include riding DisneyWorld’s Aerosmith Rock’n’Roller Coaster 3x in a row with Heather, dancing to JockJams with Nora Herting (and all the colorful characters of downtown Las Vegas), making frozen pizzas with Yao & Amanda in our adorable SXSW Air BnB house, BBQ’ing with Maria and […]

How to Draw a Bird in 5 Easy Steps – Part 2!

January 28, 2014

How to Draw a Bird in 5 Easy Steps! Learn how to draw step by step with ImageThink! Here’s a simple bird drawing with a new twist, and some fun bird facts: Did you know? 1. There are around 10000 different species of birds worldwide; the chicken is the most common species of bird found in the world. 2. The Bee Hummingbird is the smallest living bird in the world, with a length of just 5 cm (2 in). 3. Birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs – and like them have hollow bones too! Follow ImageThink’s on-going series, How To Draw in 5 Easy […]

How to Draw a Funny Dog in 5 Easy Steps

January 14, 2014

How to Draw a Funny Dog in 5 Easy Steps! Did you know? 1. The average sleep time for a dog is 10.1 hours a day – lazy bones, indeed! 2. The esteemed border collie named Chaser has learned the names for 1,022 toys after three years of training, so many that her trainers have had to mark the names of the objects lest they forget themselves. 3. From Toto to Marley to Beethoven, dogs have appeared in countless Hollywood movies. To follow our on-going series, How To Draw in 5 Easy Steps, please check-out our blog for past entries!

How to Draw George Washington in 5 Easy Steps!

January 7, 2014

How to Draw George Washington in 5 Easy Steps! Did you know? 1. George Washington, the first President on the United States of America, was over 6ft tall – an unusual height for a man of his era! 2. He loved attending the theatre, horse races, dances, and cockfights! 3. Washington had fair-colored red hair and unlike his contemporaries that wore powered white wigs, Washington just powered on top of his own redhead! After you learn how to draw George Washington, learn how to draw Abraham Lincoln and how to draw Hillary Clinton. Interested in learning how drawing is helping […]

How to Draw Lady Gaga in 5 Easy Steps!

December 31, 2013

How to Draw Lady Gaga  in 5 Easy Steps! Start learning how to draw step by step with cool and easy drawings by ImageThink! Did you know? 1. Musician Lady Gaga’s name was inspired by the Queen song, ‘Radio Gaga’ 2. On her 20th birthday, Lady Gaga signed a record deal with Interscope Records. 3. Lady Gaga has more facebook fans than President Obama. Currently, Lady Gaga has 17.5 million fans and President Obama has 13.4 million. To follow our on-going series, How To Draw in 5 Easy Steps, (and find more things to draw step by step) please check-out our blog for past entries or visit our Tumblr for more […]

How to Draw a Present in 5 Easy Steps!

December 24, 2013

How to Draw a Present in 5 Easy Steps! Learn how to draw a present easy with ImageThink. Did you know? 1. The largest gift the world has ever known is the towering Statue of Liberty found in New York. It is the gift from France to the US in the year 1881. 2.  Several researchers keep pointing back to that fact that gift-giving is an inherently social behavior in humans. It helps strengthen and boost relationships with each other. Awww! 3. Some believe gift giving in the western world can be traced back around the time of ancient Rome. On the 1st day […]

How to Draw a Crab in 5 Easy Steps!

December 17, 2013

How to Draw a Crab  in 5 Easy Steps with ImageThink! Did you know? 1. The collective name for a group of crabs is a cast. Babies of crabs are called hatchlings. 2.  Crabs communicate by drumming their claws or flapping their pincers! 3. They are omnivorous and feed predominantly on algae. A crab’s teeth are in their stomachs. Now that you know some fun facts about crabs, it is easy to draw a crab in 5 easy steps!  Crab drawing and drawing other animals is easy with ImageThink Graphic Recording! Let’s try some more fun animals like drawing a goat! To follow our […]

How to Draw the Chrysler Building in 5 Easy Steps

December 10, 2013

Start to think visual with ImageThink’s step by step of how to draw the Chrysler Building in 5 Easy Steps! Did you know? 1. The Chrysler Building is a classic example of Art Deco architecture and considered by many to be one of the finest buildings in NYC. 2. Despite a frantic pace (the building was built at an average rate of four floors per week), no workers died during the construction of this skyscraper. Thank goodness! 3. The top stories have very narrow, low ceilings that are used mostly for for radio-broadcasting. Who knew! After you learn how to draw the Chrysler Building, follow our on-going […]