(PRWEB) January 31, 2005
IT editors invariably face the dilemma on how to effectively illustrate article subjects like "content management systems", "network failure", "cybercrime" or "intrusion detection systems". Eye-catching images or illustrations that fit the abstract IT subject matter are very hard to find and expensive to contract. It may just be too time consuming to hire a professional graphics artist for a simple one- or two-page article.
Why don't IT editors use images from stock archives? They do not because conventional stock image archives offer only generic pictures and illustrations that lack an authentic style and rarely fit a specific IT article subject. Thomas ThÃ¼ HÃ¼rlimann, during his tenure as art director for various computer publications in Europe, solved the dilemma by simply drawing all the required illustrations himself thus creating a unique visual identity for the magazines and newspapers. What won his magazines and newspapers international praise for originality and style is now available to all IT editors and graphics professionals worldwide.
When Thomas ThÃ¼ realized that there was an overwhelming demand for high-quality IT illustrations he founded "Ecliptic Illustrations" to concentrate his efforts solely on creating illustrations for the IT press. To be able to satisfy growing requests for last-minute illustrations Thomas ThÃ¼ ultimately opened "Ecliptic's Stock Illustrations Catalog" to make suitable IT illustrations available to everyone at very affordable prices through the Web under a no-hassle royalty-free license. IT publishing professionals find over a thousand entries in a big variety of styles (drawings, vector graphics, 3D renderings, photographs, style combinations etc.) available by email.
"Ecliptic's Stock Illustrations Catalog" can be found at "http://www.ecliptic.ch/Stock" and searched by keyword (powered by google.com) or browsed by style. Prices start at US$ 25 depending on resolution, images are delivered as maximal-quality JPEGs.