Getting uncomfortable with what's comfortable

“You have to get comfortable with what you’re comfortable with, and get uncomfortable with what’s comfortable.” That was some of the advice given to us last class, and in that spirit, I’ve been trying to get uncomfortable with words and more comfortable with visuals. Thus, I’m resisting the temptation to launch into a lengthy preamble to this week’s assignments, and just get straight to the pictures.

The latest iteration of my brand statement, in (sort of) poster form:

poster

And, some stories about how food gets from a local farm to the table:

a kid’s story about brussel sprouts

a critic’s story about brussel sprouts

a CSA member’s story about brussel sprouts