Retro Taco Train on magazine Lately I've been experimenting with taking my personal work from the digital realm to the physical. The irony of this strikes me because the work I've been exploring handwriting (human typography) and dealing with it as imagery rather than written representation.
Lonely Creepy Private Comfortable Train on magazine
It bothers me that someone can only look at my work – I want people to interact with, touch, and be able to look at my work from different perspectives. As a designer who has made a career out of creating things digitally, I understand what a complete cynic I sound like when I say that digital design feels empty when it isn't paired with some sort of tangible design.
More on this another time. I'm heading back to my sketchpad and cutting board.