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I deleted my blogs a few times over the past few years… but it’s nice to find the traces I’ve left.
This is a sketch from 2011, it is of a poet, done at a reading. I used to have a similar hair cut so I often used this image as portrait.
July 20 2013.
July 20 2013.
This is the whole problem with words. There is so little surface area to reveal whom you might be underneath, how expansive and warm, how casual, how easygoing, how cool and so it all comes out a little pathetic and awkward and choked up.
for fun! long-exposure + type + listening to tame impala
I was thinking about working on this project again all weekend. I didn’t have time to properly animate so these are screen caps which are more like rough storyboards. I’d like each image to break in several pieces; right now it’s just 3 planes.
I like the idea of a solid shape already existing between the two conversation windows. Each interaction (action/piece of text) would then affect that solid - twisting it, cutting into it, shaping it.
long-exposure from a few weeks back when a part of the city experienced a blackout.
Posters for the speaker series event Function 6 made in collaboration with David Schnitman. See more of his work on his website: http://www.davidschnitman.com
chalk type on the scanner