Echopic is an illustration studio that’s come up with its own innovative brand of visual communication. Called Scribing, it sees the studio’s Lithuanian founders – Kristina Naruseviciute and Lina Navickaite – remote scribing.
They will join your session remotely and will listen to the information being discussed live.
- At the same time, we will be capturing the spoken content and ideas visually using Adobe Illustrator
- This way the session will be documented and summarized into one or a few infographics. We call them rich pictures because they are filled with rich, visual content straight out of your session. Your attendees can watch my design process live via shared screen.
- Visual content created during the session can be shared online (if you choose to) and further used to support reports and organisational publications.
The pair also produces animated videos and still illustrations for clients around the world.
By conveying concepts and data through creative visuals, in real time, Scribing makes events engaging, unique and, most importantly, memorable. The energy and emotion of any presentation can be captured and channelled into the imagery, and there’s no shortage of selfie moments at an Echopic gig.
Based in London, Echopic’s founders love the creative vibe of places like Dalston and Shoreditch, the café culture, fashion and the pace of city life. Equally, when it’s time to unwind, they love getting back to nature and absorbing its serenity and beauty.
Every Echopic project puts communication first. While the artists are highly skilled at creating appealing artwork, their first priority is making it easy to follow for the audience, engaging them intellectually as well as emotionally.
Clear composition and a restrained use of colour are key to the Echopic aesthetic. By using 3D shapes and varying the size of elements in the drawing they guide the viewer through the artwork and its overall message. Their imagery is fun, naïve and inspiring to whoever looks at it.