What: Cosner Design is all about telling a story through illustration.  The best design is invisible.  Effective communication is about eliminating the noise in the message. Through the wonder of storytelling we can imagine futures and solutions to problems that do not yet exist.  Innovation and creativity grow from unencumbered imagination.

Why: Carl Sagan once wrote that we are “Starstuff pondering the stars” Consciousness does not follow any law of physics yet it is a measurable force in our universe as it moves mountains and scorches the earth.  Carl Sagan understood this force and believed it would lead us to conquer time itself.  We the ponderers must dream, create, and discover to evolve. Creativity fosters innovation. 

Who: Cosner Design focuses on the merging of art and technology. With extensive experience in both. The goal of Cosner Design is to illustrate with impact and maximum branding. Ther founder of Cosner Design is Christopher Cosner. With 30+ years of design experience, he has worked with a variety of clients and is a University Professor of Art & Design.  With years developing computer-based-training applications, whenever possible animation is added as the physiology of sight is primarily based on movement.  Modern designers have a vast set of tools at their disposal. Cosner Design also develops a line of aviation paintings focused on movement and power.  These prints are sold world-wide and pay tribute to the hard-working men and women who design, build, maintain, and operate these incredible machines in order to keep us safe each night. 


Clients include fields of education, industry, technology, and military.  Every client has a need to visualize their concepts.  The challenge of illustration is always learning something new whether it be “How lightning works” (Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine), the feed cycle of a gatling gun (USMC), or home insulation products (pactiv).  There is a story to be told.  A need to educate, inform, or persuade.






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