An illustration that I did for The Suit Magazine was just published today. Enjoy!
Following up on the success of our previous animation we have just released a new one. Have a look and enjoy!
One of the things I love to do is fold incredibly small cranes. The smallest I’ve ever done was created from a piece of paper 1/4″ square. The final crane looked uncomfortably close to a spitball. This one is from a piece of paper just a hair over 3/8″ square. It photographs better and looks crisper than the smaller one. It also has the added feature that I can fold it with my fingers and not a magnifying glass and toothpicks.
Glad my move from SF to NYC is largely finished. UPS made my boxes look like some demented origami art; however, most things seem to have come through unscathed. I still wish that I could’ve driven across the country with my wife. That would’ve been nice.
All that remains is to fill in all the normal blanks. Place to live, job, car and so forth. That’s right! I said car. At least at the moment it will be a necessity. I’m also excited at the prospect of getting a bike. SF is a terrible place to bike, being full of monster hills, NYC seems mild in comparison. That is if you don’t count the monster traffic/aggressive driving. Not that SF doesn’t have its share of that too.
I’m looking forward to many new and engaging relationships with clients and interesting projects!