Lately, I’ve been doing more than my fair share of tidying. Though in all fairness, I’ve also done my fair share of space invasion and creating unholy messes of boxes and newspapers from all the unpacking. Nevertheless, I have been on an organization kick; one that extends as far as my hard drives.
In sorting through my hard drives, I’ve found some amusing tidbits, scraps from the cutting room floor and oldies but goodies. Tonight, I thought I’d share a savory morsel leftover from an environmental graphics campaign I did a few years ago in Denver:
This is what happens when I work on a proposal too long and prepare far too many sample scenarios in order to pitch an idea. Shockingly, this is not one of the concepts we used for the final execution. I know, I’m as surprised as you.