Tony Randazzo created this cutaway and exterior building renderings to highlight National Gypsum’s wide array of fiberglass faced and paper faced industrial gypsum drywall products.
Using National Gypsum’s patented purple coloring, Randazzo created interior and exterior wall cutaway applications for National Gypsum’s full product line:
Interior Extreme® (abrasion resistant for high traffic areas, exp® Shaftliner (durable shaftliner), exp® Tile Backer exp® (high level of water resistance), exp® Sheathing, (superior exterior finishes), PermaBase® Cement Board, ProForm® & Ready Mix with Dust-Tech® (mold protection).
Here is a black and white illustration done by Tony Randazzo. This sketch depicts an upscale Home Entertainment Center using the latest technology available from UK company Cornflake. The Infographic/technical design of the drawing showcases the best way your music, movies, and TV shows can give you a “spine-tingling sound” and “jaw-dropping pictures”.
F/C illustration depicting a power plant. Tony Randazzo‘s illustration shows how the different components of the power plant work together. Randazzo created this for General Electric.
Hey comic lovers, how cool are these color illustrations of cars based on the characters Iron Man and Spiderman. There was also a little bit of inspiration from the movie Tron. These designs were created by Tony Randazzo for Tech 4 Kids, a company that markets and manufactures children’s toys. It would be amazing to see these cars on the streets some day!
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F/C illustration depicting a fire due to having hazardous products stored inside a factory environment to emphasize safety in the working place.
F/C illustration depicting a cutaway device (CORK), cutting through the different layers of the Earth below the ocean floor looking for life. This illustration was a feature for the “Deep Life” issue that appeared on the February 11, 2012 issue.
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Tony Randazzo was commissioned to do an illustration for a new safety poster called “Driving slowly enough for conditions”, depicting a delivery van sliding on wet leaves strewn along pavement in a surburban neighborhood, while children are crossing the road, for the Marlin Company
Tony Randazzo was commissioned to do two paintings for a safety poster, “circumstances can change in a split second”, depicting a delivery truck backing up to a parking space when suddenly a women pushing a carriage with twins is coming off the curb, right into it’s path, realizing in horror that the truck driver has not seen her. The poster art was done for The Marlin company.