Category Archives: digital/analog

Web Page Header Art for Therapy Practice

Tasked with making new header art for a psychotherapist I went looking for what was typically out there already on other therapist web sites. What I tended to see was a lot of photography, often just stock nature images – beaches, forests, … Continue reading

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A Lawyer Walks into the Godzilla Bar …

The once and future Tanakasan, a casual asian fusion restaurant that opened two years ago in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, always had a thing for Godzilla. Kitschy Godzilla toys were scattered about the bar area, small sized and plastic, but indicative … Continue reading

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Web Illustrations for Therapist

These quiet nature illustrations were the first things that I’ve done on a recently acquired iPad Pro used the Apple pencil. Drawing on glass takes some getting used to, feels weird frankly. None of the toothy drag that you get … Continue reading

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Analog Fever – getting beyond nostalgia and backlash

“Just a couple of years ago bits seemed so unstoppable. Does the recent vogue for the physical suggest a decisive backlash — a regression in the direction of wax cylinders and stone tablets? It does not. What’s going on instead … Continue reading

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