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renegade report part i … a petite twosome the month of july arrived along with my renegade counterpart & dear friend genevieve, owner & crafter of le petit elefant.  this feisty girl has incredible & intrinsic talent, & the expanse of her skill has always amazed me (see her portfolio).  genevieve & i have been friends since the start of high school (ours were the best science fair boards, though the experiments weren’t quite so scientific..), & through our attendance at usc (she for communication & animation, & i for architecture).  over the last few years since then, genevieve started translating her artwork into plush form, & i began to pursue my intense inclinations towards paper.  i don’t think this is where we had imagined we would be now, but i do think this is nice. a charette, of sorts the beginning of the month started a bit lightly — as i awaited the delivery of my printed goods, there were world cup viewings, birthdays, booth planning, & satchel sewing going on in the meanwhile.  soon, genevieve started coming over to bellevue on a daily basis, plush took over the living room, & once the printed goods arrived (infinity thanks to paperdad), the dining table was sequestered next.  i was very lucky to have friends on hand to help assemble & score & fold & glue & stamp & cut & stuff & package for an afternoon & for following evenings & the night before.  it was magical. to be continued…

renegade report
part i

a petite twosome
the month of july arrived along with my renegade counterpart & dear friend genevieve, owner & crafter of le petit elefant.  this feisty girl has incredible & intrinsic talent, & the expanse of her skill has always amazed me (see her portfolio).  genevieve & i have been friends since the start of high school (ours were the best science fair boards, though the experiments weren’t quite so scientific..), & through our attendance at usc (she for communication & animation, & i for architecture).  over the last few years since then, genevieve started translating her artwork into plush form, & i began to pursue my intense inclinations towards paper.  i don’t think this is where we had imagined we would be now, but i do think this is nice.

a charette, of sorts
the beginning of the month started a bit lightly — as i awaited the delivery of my printed goods, there were world cup viewings, birthdays, booth planning, & satchel sewing going on in the meanwhile.  soon, genevieve started coming over to bellevue on a daily basis, plush took over the living room, & once the printed goods arrived (infinity thanks to paperdad), the dining table was sequestered next.  i was very lucky to have friends on hand to help assemble & score & fold & glue & stamp & cut & stuff & package for an afternoon & for following evenings & the night before.  it was magical.

to be continued…