This poster is the first in a series of posters that will explore the relationship between freedom (liberty/license) and various ills plaguing society. It ultimately aims to get people thinking about calls to limit freedom, the context in which these calls arise, and what that means when taken to the extreme.
"American Games's is set to release The Dissonance Saga, a more hard hitting, back to basics follow-up series to the lauded but misapprehended cult masterpiece The Understanding Saga."
The poster highlights the constellation of factors that lead to someone making a decision about who to vote for and why. This seemed to have been ignored by many in their judgement and discussion of President-elect Trump's supporters.
Assuming a President Trump, this is a 3-for-1 future retrospective with a style reminiscent of some older presidential posters.
Those who listen to Trump's full speeches/interviews or read his books get a dose of his boundless optimism mixed in with his more pessimistic views about the current state of the Union. Given his current run of policy speeches, focused the poster on the former trait.
Perceptive remarks about a subset of Trump supporters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YY-CiPVo_NQ.
It may be shrewder to continuously complementârather than smear with cries of "dictator!"âan elected President who brought prosperity to a crumbling, dispirited, nuclear-armed nation.
Re: poster, President Trump would be the one audacious enough to declare and wheel-n-deal to get the budget for and excitement behind an American landing on Mars by the end of his second term, yielding to untold technological/scientific benefits similar to the Apollo program.
Left the rally and stayed around to observe the anti-Trump protesting (rioting) after. Also high energy, but in a physically violent, intolerant, and nasty way. A complete disgrace.
This poster focuses on the positive high energy.
Additional high energy posters forthcoming...
The number of draft short stories has been piling up without any being put up on the site. To get around this, i'm trying a new style of writing: finish writing in a single sitting and with around (or less than) 1500 words. This should allow me to get more stories out while i work on the longer ones. Here's the first of the bunch, inspired by a conversation in lab.
How would the disappearance of streets affect the social fabric? This short story briefly (in castellano!) explores a world in which instantaneous, free transport is possible. Meant mainly to practice my spanish, i plan to follow-up with a more detail story in the future.