Target: Ark (Parts I-IV)

I. eight rated less

What’s the future
“augmented?”

Reality?
In print?

How do YOU fit
every magazine
online for free?

What’s the future
“augmented?”
Reality
on a shoestring?
An auto-
mation PhD?
Square bold IQ?
Gary
from G?
Jude
from J?
All “star?”
Want?

To see what it was like,
watch a video clip
communicate a hole.

 

II. Mountain Ring Sun

It’s a given –
the first thing to know
about any area
is the condition
of the first thing.

Now, the upper right-right-hand
of the mountain showed the weather to be rainy and
summer.
But it was always like this.

The mountain REALLY needed an overhaul.

It was loaded with pages upon
pages of what they needed to
do to know what They needed
to do if THEY show up
and the similarly quick bites of even
smaller ones and the introduction “of”

It’s crazy –

both beginning
and ending
to get better
working land

to make it easier
for snow to slope a morning
to a longer stay.

What’ll happen is right now.
There are a few reasons.

Sure.
Look at the whole snow.

So…

What do we care about
when we care about conditions?

Somewhere to go.

 

III. You Fine?

Note: This is a conversation form in context (see “Some consider definition narrower”)

When I think,
I think of creating –
to attract and hold
names on the eye,
preparing them
to make a thought
so soft.

I!
WOULD!
NOT!
INCLUDE!
BEING!
USED!
FOR!
THOSE!
PURPOSES!

But all things
are being…

USED!
TO!
PREPARE!
THE!
SOFT!
ACCESS!
TO!
THE!
MEANS!
OF!
PRODUCTION!

 

IV. The Rise

With the recent unveiling of:
a) bold move away from the new abandon,
the) feel in a distinctively flat flat,
the) recent moving similar with a move to a means
the trend is continuing and still growing!

But what is it
when an object can happen
very subtly
through the use of shadows
or
the thought behind real-life?
 

There are problems with this idea, though.
The world doesn’t actually work like the world!

Why do there need to be
lines on the visual metaphors?
 

Take a distinctive
minimal
present
and
embellish
shape,
color
and
meaning.

As a minimalist style
“avoid”
means often
“simple the most heavy use of this.”

condense
into a form
a place without noise

what is left grows in
the shapes of things like shapes
and some corners are often missing

even missing, they are sometimes used to play a strong role
 

The face CAN be used to draw!

stand in rest
through this consistency

with the removal of style
and mood and tone
without added dimensionality
within
 

Careful! Determining the hierarchy for a beautiful negative can definitely become a source of new and unfamiliar confusion!

try to interpret the meaning,
staying close to established understanding.
(here it’s best to test to confirm meaning is understood)

morph,
adapting to
changing unforeseen distortions
due to changes in geometric nature
 

Is is important!
It can be argued!
Another trend continues to evolve!

All interfaces to real-world metaphors
provide a cleaner more succinct experience!


blackout compositions

I. Source: “8 Free Integrated Marketing Lessons”, Thorin McGee, Target Marketing Magazine, September 2013, p. 3.

II. Source: “Blue Mountain Site Redesign Brings Sunny Skies,” Heather Fletcher, Target Marketing Magazine, September 2013, p. 6.

III. Source: “Can You Define It?,” Thorin McGee, Target Marketing Magazine, September 2013, p. 7.

IV. Source: “The Rise of Flat Design,”, Steve Johnson, Target Marketing Magazine, September 2013, p. 8-9.

Parts 1-4 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

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