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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.
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4 thoughts on “short binding, an unfolding cover, no art on the outside, black-and-white inside…”
I like it that there’s nothing on the outside. And I like it that what you expect to be inverse images aren’t entirely…that the content isn’t just negative, but opposite. Very nice.
was contemplating putting something on the outside, something super-simple. and i was nervous about it: what should it BE? so, i took the nervousness as a sign to do nothing. which is what i did.
How long did THAT take? It looks like a . . . a. . . diagram of a whirlwind? that roars, with all kinds of whorls and things to get sucked into?
didn’t take too long, but i’ve been sitting on it for nine months (3 quarters) til there was a small class….and the whorling went away. anyway, the software made the spinning easy. software…..