“The Box and the Ladder”
The drawing above is not titled “The Box and the Ladder” .
-The President and Founder
Hey! Thanks, I was pretty happy with the way they turned out, though the first rung coming into the picture frame on the lower ladder appears unstable which was not my intention, but, upon noticing it I appreciated the ‘unease’ I believe it creates in the viewer wherever they enter into the experience of viewing this particular drawing.
The President and Founder
PS The overall project which will eventually consist of more than just ‘drawings’, perhaps even interactive arenas for tactile interface!, all of which will be contained under the fairly generic title of ‘The Box and the Ladder’. This is not necessarily “set in stone’ just a sort of base from which to jump.
Base jumping from the Box and the Ladder! That adds an interesting angle as to the scale again, though it is possible I’m reading too much into it all (rare that happens, very rare, but possible).
“interactive arenas for tactile interface!” – And who doesn’t love those? Crazy people that’s who. I’d give someone’s right arm for a peek myself.
Interesting that you say ‘Crazy people’ as I was just reading about how one week was not enough for mental health awareness, and I thought that the writer might have a point because I have no idea what color the mental health awareness ribbon is, or for that matter whether or not there even is one leading me to believe that this world, the one we now inhabit, is, in fact, nothing but a giant arena for tactile interface full of people so crazy they don’t see the enormous pile of right arms they are standing on.
– The President and Founder
I couldn’t agree more. Ribbons aren’t big here, however on of the fewer positives of social media here appears to be the realisation of many people, just how many other folks there are who have the same mental health conditions as them, and yet are neither ashamed nor wearing strait jackets howling at the moon every night.
Hold on… I howl at the moon! Yes, you are not alone.
Only the most extraordinary of us howl at the moon, but remember, keep it under your hat!
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