Published by hey, that tickles
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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3 thoughts on “perspective, scale, tangents and escape – late last century’s rainy day fun.”
Interesting, when the near and the far are right next to each other: paradoxical, impossible, right there for anyone to see. The importance of the frame. Well done.
and the book i’m holding is small. or my hands are huge. thanks!
DON’T BE MAD AT ME, BUT AS I WAS OPENING YOU E-MAIL I NOTICED A STRANGE SMELL. WELL HERE ARE FEET WITH SOCKS ON AND WHEW, I FOUND OUT WHEN I LOOKED AROUND THAT I HAD NOT TAKEN OUT THE GARBAGE. BUT. I STILL LUV YA MAN.