Non-Linear Graphic Narratives

While on a camping trip in Utah I began to think about the way we show and tell stories compared to the way our memories work. The former is nearly always linear and defined, while the latter is much more encompassing and cohesive. I began to think of alternative ways to tell stories of a time and place that more closely captured the memories and raw experience. Here is the first in the series.

Following the same line of thought, I created another graphic narrative based on images and memories from a camping trip to the Great Sand Dunes National Monument. In addition to creating the image, I began experimenting with using each image as a tool for form generation to make a memory capsule unique to each experience.

After the original creation, I created an exploded axonometric of each image of the composite to begin to explore form possibilities.

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