For many of the baby-boom generation the image of family gathered around a TV set during the evening watching their favorite television program is a fond memory. Early television was a monumental stride in technology that allowed families a relatively inexpensive form of entertainment, news and sports viewing.
In those days watching TV was generally limited to the living room where most families only owned one set.
These days we are connected in a growing number of ways to watch our favorite shows or catch up on the latest sports action. Technology making more monumental strides.
This Sunday in The Fresno Bee's Spotlight, reporter Rick Bentley shares most all the ways we can now watch TV - from the comfort of our living rooms to the on-the-go mobility of our cell phones.
For this current illustration I sought to find a way to show how times have changed, on the cover is the early TV family and inside each member is separated by the use of their own viewing device. Here are a couple of sketches I used to build the illustration(s). ~SWP