at the creative circus, three days are spent at the end of every quarter when each student presents their quarter’s worth of work to a panel of teachers. ideally, each student gets about 20 minutes. ideally. this was a non-ideal, long day ending with a late-night popsicle dinner.
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blowing bubbles of giggling somethingness and why-not-itude, a creative laxative, a provocateur of visual burps and farts (ie: until the end of 2019 as design department head at the creative circus, and frequent side-hustley designer of brandy designy stuff) – but also my every-other-time-o'-day approach.
hopefully this stuff is easily sharable, lots funner than having to read a lot, and not a big investment of time.
i hope you enjoy.
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2 thoughts on “it’s good and bad that every day doesn’t follow this schedule.”
this is a picture perfect rendering of how my day started yesterday and ending hopefylly, today..
Hmmmm. A popsicle dinner, huh? That’s something that doesn’t happen much in Italy, here…but we HAVE been known to eat ice cream dinners when the heat is unbearable. This is a funny one, Ron. Telling, that 2:30 had a p.m. that got scratched out and turned into an a.m. That IS long day.