Category: My Work in the Arts
- The bee’s shape and the universal black-and-white theme, but when I thought of her father’s work, and the love that goes into her work, I knew we needed more feminine and strong than symbolic and representative.
- Be Hope v. Bee Hope; exploring how to play with her trade name and growing business model with her products’ being made from honey. Specifically, how to play with the ee in Bee; e.g. back-to-back, double-overlay.
- Attaching a bee wing to the ascenders and decenders for the lowercase b, h, p to imply honeybees with a decorative beauty.
Bees are vital to our ecosystem and without them we would lack many things. I know Hope: Hope carries with it the promise of a greater future. – Rene Hoffler
- The flowers are loose swirls, that provide a simple playful nature
- The bee’s wings are graceful; the overall figure implies movement, particularly the right front-facing wing, with the bee’s back implied through the half-line.
- Lastly, the bee’s eye and lack of antenna imply interest and accent the round loops of the flowers.
Had to visit the Liberty Reservoir with my mother today, to meditate and reflect upon Yom Kippur. I spotted this spot a month or so back during sunset, and am still surprised that this is just around the corner from Randallstown, MD.
Nighttime photos from my Instagram
Liberty Dam Bat and Geese A video posted by Justin Fair (@jorlandofair) on
Just got a new set of binoculars…had a throwback feeling going on with my telephone’s camera.