Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Drunk Tank Pink

Drunk Tank Pink is a book about how everyday sensory input can cause unexpected and subconscious reactions in the brain. The title refers to a particular shade of bright pink that was used to paint the walls of police station holding cells, in order to subdue and weaken drunk and violent prisoners.

Art direction by Andrea D'Cruz at Oneworld Publications

And some of the initial sketches:

1 comment:

  1. That is such a neat premise for a book, and I love the title. Great work (as usual). :)