Mind Dumps explore levels of graphic design expression through the examination of self-growth. Daily journal observations of things seen, done, heard, and felt became research devices for exploring language, color, type and form on each page. Further experimentation of collaging in a separate journal allowed for a practice in balancing improvisation and knowing exactly when and where to stop on a page. Observations from these daily journal entries were then reevaluated and juxtaposed to observations made months or even just weeks later to create large mixed media collages. Through constant mediation and trial, creating small work daily has brought routine and determination to a doubtful designer.
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