While doing some research on storytelling yesterday, I came across this quote from Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 2: “When we mean to build, we first survey the plot, then draw the model.” Odd, I said to myself. That’s exactly what we do at Image, Space, Object; use narratives and models to inform the design process [...]
Yesterday I posted this video on the buckfifty.org website – to my mind it’s a document of a time in Denver, the early 1990s, when the downtown area was still pretty deserted. My buddy Ray and I used to do performance art around town under the moniker of Two Significant Guys; our general mantra was [...]
1. Denver is a square, proud, prompt little place, surrounded by immensity. –Demas Barnes (Denver visitor, 1865) Denver is the unlikeliest of cities; there’s no port, no access to an ocean or a major river, nowhere to get to (easily) between here and there. Compared to other urban centers, it came late to the party, [...]
Officially, we’re one week out from election day 2008. But, as Kirk Johnson wrote in this article for The New York Times, the process of voting is changing. Colorado voters are increasingly using early voting and vote by mail as options to going to the polling place on election day. It makes a lot of [...]
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