In a series of five spot illustrations illustrate one of the given themes:

You may follow the theme directly or try a more interpretative treatment, or come up with a theme of your own. You may focus on a shared visual motif (reflections, shadows, circles, stripes, shapes) or something more conceptual (different ways to do something, different perspectives of the same subject, character studies). Remember that the spots are very small and have to share space with a lot of text—readability and clarity are the key qualities.

The spots can follow each other in a straightforward narrative, or they can explore the subject in a nonlinear fashion.

Black & White is the more common option for spot series. That said, the use of color is not prohibited, as long as it's justified.

Format: 3x3” each