If Anyone Finds My Body is a funny graphic I designed describing those who do not like to exercise.
Whenever I hear or see an interesting quote, my mind thinks, “how can I visually improve it, and tell the story better.”
Since I am both a photographer and a graphic artist, I enjoy bringing these two great mediums together.
Many of the same elements are found in both, so it was a natural progression for me at 45+ years as a photographer to learn graphic arts.
At 58 years old I was one of the older students at Scottsdale Community Collage in some of my graphic art classes, but not all.
You CAN teach an old dog new tricks.
And yes, I did graduate with an associate degree in Graphic Arts.
It took me three years, but I did it! I figured since I was going to school, I would learn other things in the process– like creative writing and webdesign.
By the way, I designed this website, and several others.
That is part of what I do.
Besides trying to be funny.
Not Everything That Is Fatal is a graphic design I made last night that I think has many implications.
When I was designing it, I had one specific thing in mind.
I had tunnel vision. I was focused.
But when I finished–and sat back and drew a deep breath–I realized I had made something with far more implications.
Funny how that works; it has happened to me many times.
This could apply to individuals, and to choices we have made during our lifetime.
It also could apply to families. Businesses. Planning for the future.
And it most certainly could apply to nations or countries.
The latter is what I was focused on when I was thinking of some of the decisions our leaders have made during the last couple of years.
What are the unintended consequences of our and their actions?
So tell me…
What does it mean to you?
What do you think?