Back in my university days a roommate of mine introduced me to the minimalist compositions of Steve Reich. There was one piece that started off simply as a series of notes, but over time it ascended into looping sounds and finally into one big crescendo of noise. That piece was called Eight lines. It was that sensibility that I’ve always strived for in my work.
I consider the elements in a well designed piece to be minimal in their function, and as they come together they form a wonderfully complex result, often with some unintended consequences along the way.
That said, I’m a designer. A web developer by trade, but more than that, someone that is interested in technology in general. I’m fascinated in typography, illustration, woodworking, electronics, mechanics, origami, mathematics, and more. I don’t claim to be an informative source of information on any of these subjects, but that’s what this site is about — mixing the basic elements together to construct some wild composition.