The 100 Worlds Project began with a singular idea – to create for the sake of creating. To play and have fun as a child would. As a Creative Dire… Read More
The 100 Worlds Project began with a singular idea – to create for the sake of creating. To play and have fun as a child would. As a Creative Director of a design firm, I use my creativity to benefit my clients. In the shifting tides of business climates and new paradigms, I felt the need to channel my creative energy into something that was pure. To challenge myself to be resourceful, to see everyday objects in a different way, and uncover new potential in objects and talents that were often overlooked. Read Less
Globe 1 A 1950s aerospace caliper transformed into a globe armature in the hands of a talented metalsmith. The books on American Black History were the right color, and the right subject, to form the first globe in what was to turn into the 100 Worlds Project.
Globe 23 Having photographers interpret the 100WP works has been such a joy and a gift. John Trice created a landscape of delicate dandelion forms from #23, a shattered and fractured world globe.
Globe 16 We make great assumptions about content from form. This piece is propped up by timbers and sticks with an infrastructure held tenuously together by bailing wire and tacks - like a fake western storefront.
Globe 8 A bright yellow 'DIVIDED HIGHWAY AHEAD' barricade sign, stainless steel cable, thin maple veneer and a sand casted aluminum base join together to comprise globe #8. Foreign, unrelated objects reorient themselves in new symbolism.
Globe 24 Why had I been keeping a Canadian 5-pin bowling ball, a plumb bob and a gear chase I found at the Black Hole in New Mexico? Quite obviously, to unite years later as #24.