Hot off the presses and ready to help BART riders with important how-to facts. Here's the first version in its first box, delivered on the steps of BART's offices in Oakland.
Deep, deep, down we're all thinking about something dark and running with tracks and rubber guides -- caves, dark tunnels, and doors that bang open when your car runs into them. This is the inner dark ride. A place with running water and deep tunneled wells streams that push along hollowed out logs for riders to sit in and let the surroundings coast by. The best dark log rides are complete with the murky moldy scent of fifty year old clorinated water.
Keeping it fantastical, I'm trying to keep the pencil to paper as much as I can. At least one of my feet is in the digital world (and sometimes both) I like to really draw-draw as much as I can. Pencils, paper, and a kneed-able eraser is all I need! What exists here are images from a proposed future project.
Conveying work-theory and flow through visuals, Creating graphic pages that "tell the story" of a start-up, live-sketching product concepts in pitch sessions, "White -boarding" an institutions ethos and history, and storyboarding theoretical concepts -- It's all narrative work.
Included here are various forrays into the Audio Visual world. Enjoy the time travel interview, and yes, the traveler is for real.
We all want the future to be bold, helpful, glimmering, and sleek. Keep showing me sheeted-pieces of plasti-steel, carbon-plated somethings and, that funky metal compound toys are made out of that magnets won't stick to -- it's all what I want to see the next generation of robots made out of. I can't help thinking how great it's going to be when these guys stand up and start doing stuff for us.