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The line, "there is no movement right now" is designer Chris Ashworth. So too is the technique I am playing with. I was creating a background that I later put into Indesign and embedded type over the top. The technique is super raw and the line from Chris is actually a call to action

It touches everything you care about ⎮ So I want you to take a stand here. This is a constantly and rapidly evolving relationship that has defined our past, defines our present, and will forever define our future.  It touches everything you care about.  From the personal through public policy.  From the professional all the way to broad speaking philosophy.  And

I’m asked to explain. The inexplicable. And to make something tangible. From methods that in reality are abstract. If a student stands up on behalf of the group and says, “what you did here will stay with us for life” is that not tangible. Enough. For you

I find tension really easy to spot but astonishingly hard to recreate in my own artistic work. I asked a graphic design teacher if it is supposed to feel uncomfortable. He said, "like a rubber band is about to snap". Which is a cool explanation. Visceral

I often look down at the piece of paper I have been using to mix and trial colours and test different approaches - and go "Wow that is a better and more artistic piece of work than the thing I am trying to create". It is confronting. But also super uplifting.