Storyline for Illustration:
Owners and developers of timeshare resorts feel they are being held hostage by the airlines. The owners and guests must fly to the timeshare resorts because of the locations and the airlines know that. Therefore only allocate enough airplanes to serve the market with relative full airplanes. Therefore they are able to charge very high prices for these flights compared to other locations where the customer has more options. This makes it hard for the timeshare developers to make additional timeshare sales and also makes it more challenging for current owners to come and spend money.
Timeshare Owner/Developers in Mexico and Investors.
We are looking for a vector illustration that depicts the Storyline above. We are looking for an illustration with a group of men looking very unhappy (the timeshare owners/developers) dressed in business casual attire held hostage by a group of several airline pilots. Please use your creative license and have fun!
It has been suggested that the group of unhappy men are behind bars and the airline pilots have their arms crossed across their chest smiling and smirking. It might be also nice to have an airplane in the background. The number of unhappy men and pilots doesn’t matter, it just needs to work for the graphic. As a reference point the group of developers we are dealing with is 7 and the number of airlines is probably 6 if that helps. The airlines are AeroMexico, Mexicana, USairways, Alaska, Continental and American.
The message to be conveyed by the illustration is "Held hostage by the airline industry."
We are looking for proportions that would fit a 8.5x11" landscape size.
If you have any questions, please let me know. Have fun!