A creative design intervention recently occurred in Denver.
The outcome was an experimental print edition of INK.
According to those involved with the process the project was not intended "for your coffee table. It is philosophical and analytical and meant to be read. It debates design as a system as opposed to a sensibility."
The editors of INK go on to write that "This project is not anti-digital. It is pro-print. It is physical and tactile. You can smell the ink. You can touch the paper and get your fingers dirty."
That said, a brief essay of my images were collected and edited. The four page story offers random moments of my family experiencing a new life here in the UAE.
Take a look at the final product and read the entire synopsis here.