To play…an interesting phrase, but I’m not going to go into that technical stuff. For the most part, play is engaging in some form
of activity, like a game, pastime, or any other thing college students do at 2 am on a Saturday night…but I digress. We as
designers always look for a way to engage someone in our work. Maybe we do so by doing something unique with ceilings or
getting just the right perspective, turning that standard drawing into something sexy. It’s the little things we do that make the
difference. Who cares if other people don’t exactly “get” what we do… I mean, they are the ones that end up buying the things
we design, so let’s give them the benefit of the doubt… Even if they don’t understand, we still like them, right? Thus, it is our job
to make something enjoyable for them, like cool arches and glass panels and awesome renderings. We engage them in our
process so that they can feel a part of the experience. What it means to be a designer. What it means to think about things
slightly different… and with less sleep than most. We are producers of the future. We are here to encompass the body and mind
in all that we do. We’re here to play.
100 pages. Printed on 80# matte paper. 8.25" x 10.75"