More Layers in the Holographic Composite

Composites, Linguistic Deconstruction

Thanks to my students in my Intro to Graphic Design class, I now have 32 samples of handwriting to compare:

It’s interesting, but not quite what I wanted. I used the boxes to try to keep things aligned and corralled, but I’m starting to think I’ll need to normalize the sizes of the samples so I can get better alignment. That might take some time, and I’ll need to remove the boxes while I’m doing it.

Again, I would like to extend an invitation to all denizens of the Interwebs to be part of this interesting process! Simply download the instructions and sample sheet here, follow the directions, and viola! Internet celebrity awaits. I will repeat the instructions here:

1. Print the second page of this PDF. Try not to scale the PDF when printing; i.e. turn off “Fit to Page”.

2. Obtain standard black fine-point Sharpie.

3. Write “Multilayer Holographic Composite” in the three boxes provided, one word per box. See above example. You may write it any way you desire.

4A. Scan page at 600 dpi, grayscale, include the four little dots. Email for Dropbox access.

— OR —

4B. Mail page to:

Holographic Composite
c/o Mindhue Studio

17 Wheeler Ave #2
Medford, MA 02155

5. Wipe hands on pants.