the invisible fulfillment

This is an illustration inspired by a product that I had designed as part of my job for an engineering application for use in an infrastructure project. Although not technically relevant, I always glance at the entire art of it. The products that I usually work on as a part of my job are not directly seen, but they’re embedded in structures that serve a larger purpose. They form parts of bridges, tunnels, offshore installations, stadiums, buildings, etc. Although not directly, there’s some sort of professional fulfillment and gratitude in working behind the scenes, invisibly for engineering projects that serve you indirectly from the roadways and tunnels you drive on to the buildings you visit, to the water you drink.

An artistic snap of an engineering component used in the construction of a stadium structure

Bridge Bearings explained for the layman

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