All posts tagged: Mail Art

Game of Love: User Testing

This piece was developed as a print piece for the back of the program I designed for the CSUN Tomorrowland show. I have had a few different ideas for the Game of Love, so I decided to send out a prototype for user testing by volunteers. I got back a few responses, all positive. I have since gone back to the drawing board, and hope to develop this as an app involving remote 3D printing. From the game: What is love? How does it operate in your life? Do you give as much love as you get? This little board game is a simple way to exercise your ability to give and take love. Rules of the game: Roll the die to determine playing order: the person with the highest number goes first and so on. Roll the die to determine how many spaces to move forward. Follow any directions on the block where you land. Play is continued until all players reach the Finish square. The player with the point total closest to zero wins …

Moving to the Big City

I drew these for someone with whom I thought I was in love. She was moving to the New York to be closer to me and some other friends, and she was bringing her pets. When she told me she had finally decided to come, I drew these in one fevered evening straight onto copy paper I had stolen from work and sent them the next day. This was how I pitched woo. Ah, youth! These are intended to be trifold brochures.