We’re almost halfway through the 1W3KND Writing Residencies and the pile of writing is growing! Here’s an update on the last four residents. Mike DiRisio and Nathan Stevens collaborated through the weekend and left us with an awesome collection of notes, brainstorms, fun posters, and essays. Above: one of their posters. Another great surprise: a series … [Read more…]
Our rate of posting on here has slowed down considerably since the summer. We’re still busy, it’s just the pace of the work and projects now seems to span longer and longer time frames, and with so many ongoing and overlapping projects, it’s just a lot more challenging to find the time to keep track … [Read more…]
Four weeks into All Tomorrow’s Problems. We’re tackling lots of big, complex problems with big, eager imaginations. Interested in joining us? The next ATP is on Monday, November 12 at 7pm at CIVIC SPACE. Last Monday’s topic, drawn from a conversation about the recent announcement of a 28-year-old mayoral candidate in Detroit, focused on creating … [Read more…]
First decisions of the day to be made — whether to commit or not to painting the letters black or white. Somehow this has been one of the longest ongoing discussions we’ve had for a while. The next step though is to paint and test in the wild. The letters from the table view. Notes … [Read more…]
Another Friday evening at Lebel with the crew in action — making letters stand up, cutting maps, interpreting law, and designing impossibilities. Above, Michelle, Josh, and Mike Marcon discuss what materials will work best to line the extruded part of the plywood letters. It was, in short, a great night.
I was going to keep this a secret endevour of my own, but I feel like this could be a million times better if I discussed it with you first! So, I’d like to take advantage of my first Note to describe to you a project I’ve been working on for the past month that … [Read more…]
I took a leisurely bike ride around the neighbourhood yesterday afternoon. It’s been a while since I’ve taken the time to explore, to spend time paying attention to things. I basically wanted an update on the neighbourhood that Danielle and I had lived in a couple years ago. The eastern edge of Sandwich is quieter than ever. … [Read more…]