Talipes equinovarus (also known as clubfoot) is a birth defect in which the feet are twisted inwards. This can greatly effect the growth and walking development of children unless treated at an early age. Many parents of children born with talipes equinovarus in Madagascar are not informed enough about the precautions, and thus are not able to help their children early enough.
I was asked to create a series of visuals to educate parents of children with talipes equinovarus in Madagascar about appropriate treatment. These illustrations were made into a mobile application and an interactive book and booklet.
Client—Footworks and Stanford University Collaboration
Deliverables—Proposal storyboard, 17 Illustrations
Here are my illustrations...
These are some of the pictures given to me taken in Madagascar as references for my illustrations...