I like to think I bought these shoes from Old School Shoes in Santa Cruz, CA, but the more likely story is I had to order them online, because it’s rare to find the shoes you want in my size (10) in a store.
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Avery labels. This was a collage I made for a zine assembled by my colleagues at Facebook, intended to showcase the side art skills of our writing team. I was attempting to capture the mildly frantic pace of life involved at working there, which involves a lot of fast walking to back to back meetings, and long freeway commutes in private shuttles.
Sharpie. I drew this freehand and always enjoy the mildly warped perspective this produces. It’s interesting to think about how a drawing like this is a visual impression communicated to your hand one line at a time. How that can result in a recognizable drawing is amazing, for someone who doesn’t take drawing ability for granted.
Risograph print, Facebook Analog Research Lab
This project represents a mild act of bravery, as it took courage to actually operate the risograph machines available to us at work, which is otherwise only used by career visual designers who use it to produce tastefully sparse corporate propaganda posters with precise typography.