Williams uses crayons as a medium, but not as it was intended. For most of us, the sight and smell of crayons triggers memories of our childhoods. You know, those careless days spent scribbling on paper. Williams plays on this idea, but instead of using the crayon to create a mark, he uses it as the vehicle for his art. By doing this, he makes unique sculptures that use color in its truest form.
From a designer’s perspective this encourages me to look at what I see as obvious solutions, and take those solutions to a new level…maybe even reintroduce them in a different subtext to solve the design challenge.
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