Spectrums at Rolo SF


This series is about constriction of sourcing in the creative process. The paper selected for these pieces is ripped from magazines with one characteristic in mind: color. No matter what publication they came from, or what product the page was advertising, if it is overwhelmingly a single, bright color, the sheet meets the criteria.


Constraints early in the process aid the exploration of creativity in a more unified  direction. Similar to how knowing the rules of the game makes it easier to win.

The series invites the viewer to take a break from trying to figure everything out, to appreciate a general idea. Not so much about the words and slices of familiar images, but more about imperfect ideas that can create some continuity when they work together.

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