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Fortune’s annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, dubbed as the most extensive employee survey in corporate America, isn’t solely a snapshot of the companies who provide the most lavish policy or fanciest freebie. It is rather an indicator of employees’ trust in their co-workers and managers, which in returns translate into profitability, revenue growth, stock performance, and other key business measures. To highlight the importance of this crucial human factor, Fortune reached out to commission Jonathan to bring his quirky style to the table.
Although Jonathan is mostly known for his one-line style, he’s not new to creating whimsical vector character that would be either part of his pattern or a stand-alone (we love and cherish our own Wonder Woman print from the “Fat Super Heros” series!).
From bell boy to the Google employees squad, the top ranking companies received the Calugi’s treatment which included a short animation done in collaboration with long-time collaborator Simone Brillarelli and Nicola Giannini
More of Jonathan’s work here.