Summer in the city

MoMath likes to celebrate the solstices with math-related events in the plaza just north of the Flatiron Building. This year I was tasked with designing a sundial (along with our Chief Educator and Associate Director as technical consultants) wherein a person would stand as the gnomon and cast a shadow telling the time of day.... Continue Reading →

The math festival this city deserves

The directive was to come up with a logo for what is hoped to become an annual mathematics festival for New York City. In the end, the Museum decided to go for a more generic look for the promotional material, but I was quite pleased with how these were turning out so I decided to... Continue Reading →

Desktop wallpapers

Here are a few desktop wallpapers I made when I got my fourth computer. I figured I'd make them free to use for anyone who enjoys the numeral "4". If you like and use them, please comment or drop me a line via the "email" link to the right of the page. Thanks!

On art, ego, and appropriation

(I commented on a post by a friend on Facebook and felt a need to share - and expand upon - it here): Art isn't about the artist. It is about how the piece affects the people who view it. If an artist doesn't like another artist that is irrelevant to the work - and... Continue Reading →

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