asaf :: PC Magazine had an article titled "Do you know where your children click?", about the danger of sexual predators using the internet as a mask while hunting for victims. since new platforms, such as livejournal and myspace, become more popular, a lot of personal information is available for the bad person on the other side of the monitor.
I did two sketches presenting a sad teen clicking away while a morbid stranger is next to her, masked with the smily icon.
they chose the second sketch, but asked for a change - the teen should be in her bedroom, to enforce the fact parents are not around. so suddenly the characters on the right had no space to emerge from, no vogue darkness. as a solution, I made them bump out of the wall, and added a hint of an electronic circuit, just to convince everybody everything was intended.