Artist: Robert T Rogers. Target Audience: RetroSpecs. I photographed one of my pairs of RetroSpecs, edited the image, printed it, and delighted with glue and scissors. It's got an old school feel to it, in my opinion, which I think is appropriate for the company. It was well received.
The reason the magnifying glass and symbol of Justitia are imposed on the palette is due to their use in the fine art project Quickness/Continuity Test.
Though war should rise against me... (Ps 27:3). Critic: 'Interesting title; beats untitled. As for the visual, not the use of white space we had in mind, but we can check that box. Given it's a different style than paintings you usually show, it makes sense it's in visual. Oh. Maybe it's landscape abstraction? The green and blue, grass and water. David quickly looked out the cave, so it's blurry. The red, like blood of war. Gray strokes, ominous, though fading to sacred white.' 'Yes. That.'
Art production business: True Mood. Target: Vivid Intellectual Property, a True Mood label. Deliverable: an image the division can use, perhaps on a poster. I photographed a typewriter on display at Powell's Books in Portland, OR, and took a picture of writing on my desk.
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