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Illustrator

A person who makes graphic designs or images. An illustrator's creation may be in a book, magazine, advertisement or in any number of other media. An illustrator is usually distinguished from a photographer. They are important in marketing, as images may affect purchasing habits.
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Presented below, we offer one example for data collected on the Atlanta Hawk's 2002-03 season that illustrates our challenge using 'real data'.
A wealth of iconography illustrates Louis XIII's enjoyment of pageantry; Cardinal Richelieu's support of dance and drama; the popularity of commedia dell'arte figures and its bizarre, grotesque Italian players; Louis XIV's roles as Autumn, the Sun King, and Apollo; and the popular entertainment of the horse ballets.
Figure 6 illustrates both "L" and "T" junctions among the four junction types, which also include "X" and "Y" designs.
Feelings decided to illustrate children's books because he felt children needed "books - lots of them, in their hands, books with positive Black images" (Black Pilgrimage 42).
The primary consideration was that they had the requisite complexity to illustrate all of the course material, which eliminated many types of stories.
What Evans does to make ``The American Century'' surprising is choose lesser-known archival photographs and stories to illustrate the major events of the last 100 years.
The presentations are available as interactive Flash and Web-streamed video and illustrate the use of a variety of draft and approved OpenGIS(R)standards in an emergency response to a fictitious wildfire threat in Southern California.