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This goes this way, that goes that way

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operations panel heavy machinery

Found on the walk home for the studio. An amazingly amusing set of pictoral directions for how to use rented heavy machinery. Looks like a mechanical pinball game. Do you think you could determine what to turn, pull, or push?

Should we replace neon PSFS with LED

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"The Loews hotel chain has tinkered for 15 years to keep the neon PSFS sign aglow on Philadelphia's skyline, but officials said Tuesday they believe the time has come to do away with the old and bring in the new. Arguing that the 83-year-old sign has become too costly and burdensome to maintain Loews representatives asked the Philadelphia Historical Commission for permission to replace the neon tubes and transformers of the signature red sign with LED lights.

A new newsletter for *CHAD

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*CHAD newsletter, *CHADvocate, Spring 2015

We've released the newest communication piece for Charter High School for Architecture + Design (*CHAD). A printed newsletter that will be re-expressed on the web and on social networks. It contains shortened versions of stories posted to the school website and broadcast in social media .

A tabloid sized, single-sheet with only one fold. This broadsheet style publication is suitable for use as a poster.

Secret codes are everywhere.

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streets, looking down at markings

On my walk a confusing discovery. Determining direction? A secret code? Maybe underneath is a spaghetti junction? Secret codes are everywhere. They are designed to obscure information for those that are not in-the-know.

festive yule!

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yuletide in silver

Our little holiday tree at our shared offices. Paper clips as hooks for our little ornaments. Have a joyous yule.

Last year, what this year?

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holiday card stellarvisions 2013 art side
holiday card stellarvisions 2013 How to assemble your decoration

We like making solstice greetings that require some doing.This is what our holiday card was like last year. It required cutting, binding, and threading. Then installation. It was fun and inspiring. We made several strings for ourselves. Our clients sent us photos of their assembled project. What do we do this year?

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