We'd like to create an infographic centered around 13 provided facts (see 2014 National Park Week Infographic Facts attachment). Visually, the infographic will have three main regions--sky, above ground, and underground. There will be relevant facts for each section. I will explain the graphic from bottom up.
Starting with the underground (the bottom of the graphic)--this will depict an underground cave molding two different cave types together (typical dark cave to limestone cave). Starting from left to right, the typical cave, you'll see some stalagmites and stalactites. There will be a cave fact in the middle of the page. The background of the cave should be dark (browns and blacks). In the middle of the cave, are cave drawings. Underneath the drawings is a related fact. Next will be an image of bats hanging from the ceiling of the cave with a fact about bats located under it. As you move to the right of graphic, we begin to transition into the limestone cave. This section will house the limestone cave fact. Underneath the cave should be a few fossils with the 2 fossil facts.
Moving up the graphic, you see the soil layer, then grass. We are now in the above ground section which can be divided into three fact segments: volcano, bear, and geyser. For the volcano, we'd like to see a volcano in the background with the volcano fact. For the bear, there will actually be three main images: bear, sequioia tree, and bee hive with bees. Each element will have a fact. For the bear, we'd like to illustrate through color segments that "black bears" can actually be a series of different colors (who knew?). For the geyser, please illustrate a geyser erupting with the Old Faithful fact. For the volcano, please have the volcano fact. Please arrange the above ground elements according to your artistic judgment. We don't want the graphic to become too cluttered.
Moving up to the sky section, please illustrate the sun with the corresponding Death Valley fact and a few clouds. Moving from left to right, we'd like to portray a sunset, with reds, oranges, and purples close to the sun and then transition (as the eye moves from right to left into dark blues and purples. In the upper right corner will be the NPF logo. Next to the logo will be images of stars (think of this section as outer space) with the star fact. Over to the upper left corner is the intro text. Please refer to image attachments for clarification or send me an email.