Less is more except in this case more eyes seems to be a better way to communicate the notion of searching for the right elements. Special thanks to SooJin Buzelli of PlanAdviser Magazine for the trust and confidence to create this piece.
in this case i think the addition of motion and blinking eyes can add a new layer to the concept.
the results from the Full Circle: the art of the stop-motion animated loop. that was part of ICON 9 in Austin.
here is an informative video on The Blowing Bowler animation installation that is currently at the Fulton Center Station. this video was created by Will McCord of MTA Arts&Design
Excited about this new book to be released March 8th! “Absolutely wonderful in every way” –Kirkus, Starred Review
New York City in the 1860s was a mess: crowded, disgusting, filled with garbage. You see, way back in 1860, there were no subways, just cobblestone streets. That is, until Eli Beach had the idea for a fan-powered train that would travel underground. Fifty-eight days of drilling and painting and plastering later, Beach unveiled his masterpiece on February 26, 1870--and throngs of visitors took turns swooshing down the track. This true story by Shana Corey and a New York Times Best Illustrated artist, Chris Sickels, will wow readers just as Beach's subway wowed riders over a century ago.
special thanks to Dempsey Rice for editing this trailer.