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a return to the analog

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Working in the digital realm it is easy to forget about the analog world, that world where you commit pen to paper and there is no undo function. This was a 25 minute sketch just to jog the part of my creative brain that existed before branding and clients.

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emotional shapes

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Admittedly, this is old, but I enjoyed it. It started as a random moment of silliness one day. One shape, one random phrase to describe it. And then… it just… exploded. I became obsessed with making shapes, proper names for them, and imagining what they would say, in one word. So I give you my originally titled “A Euclidean Analysis of Positive Emotional States in a Post-Nietzchean Context.” Does that make sense? Not especially. But it was a heck of a lot of fun.

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old stuffed turkeys

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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, somehow in the silly randomness of the work day the idea of ninja turkeys came up. The rest… the rest just kept coming…

(all due apologies to the Refrigeration Council of America… if there is such a thing… it just seemed to fit so I just winged it in there)


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