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While Jeff and I were in Tokyo a few weeks back, we spent some time in F5's office and what immediately caught my eye was the lack of human models in their marketing literature.  As you can see in the above sheet, artists drawings are used instead of photos of real people.  In fact, this isn't just a tech thing because the same can be seen while riding on the subway.  I don't know this for a fact, but I would wager a couple of yen on the fact there is one artist in Japan that does all the ad work because they all look very similar in nature (I'm sure that's not the case, but it sure seems like it).

Anyway, since I figured folks on this side of the planet don't often see these types of things, I brought a few pieces home and as I scan them in, I'll post them to the blog.

Oh, and don't ask me what they mean.  The only thing I can tell you about the one above is that it's focused on some guy writing an iRule letter to his BIG-IP and it get's auto-deployed into his network.  Anyone care to translate for me?

If you want a larger version, click on the above images and you'll get the full sized scanned images.