13 July 2004

Sarah Trigg’s paintings, made with both traditonal and digital media, explore the connection between geography and biology... http://www.metropolismag.com/html/content_0404/prt/ The intent is not so much to be representational but to reflect how you would remember that photograph, or how your subconscious might regurgitate that image. http://www.asci.org/digital2001/trigg/trigg.htm
Also, Layla Curtis is a British artist whose works are based on maps. Links at http://www.maproom.co.uk/maps/laylacurtis.html Site: http://www.laylacurtis.com

Idea to cut/fold a Fibonacci sheet (no need to worry that no piece of paper can be folded in half more than seven (7) times).
Idea to develop abstract paintings by Filtering and "paint-bucketing" traditional maps.
Idea for FirstEd Map of Edmonton's "firsts" (on swirl).

Venus is the only planet that rotates clockwise.

"Be obscure clearly." - E. B. White, advice to writers (and map-makers?)

"I print up completely different business cards every couple of months (only to irritate people who didn't keep earlier ones that might be worth collecting today." - RW

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