Author Archives: aim-high

Can we create an affordable and rapidly deployable solution to provide immediate transitory housing for America‚Äôs homeless under the Housing First model while revitalizing the abandonded big box stores? What…

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https://ekhodeco.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/2022-SNH2_HalfSpaces_Heinrich-Amy.mp4 Does the man walk the dog or does the dog walk the man? This project certainly does not answer that question. But, I would gamble — the dog truly…

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Here’s a fun little animated short I created in Adobe After Effects. The artwork was a collage inspired by Monty Python’s Flying circus. While only 10 seconds long, the video…

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Minimalistic Photography meets color blocking A fun study in color blocking with items around the house. For this shoot I used colored paper, artificial lighting and vibrant fruit I found…

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Concept ArT: Skate Shop This was a quick concept design for a two story skate shop which would feature retail and live music events in the evening. Based in the…

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A modern luminaire designed to be paired or used on it’s own, the design takes advantage of a new era of circular luminaires while celebrating an ancient pattern found on…

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Inspired by the symbols found on ancient frescos from the early Etruscans, this table lamp has a unique design that allows it to change shape and form depending on which…

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A sleek credenza design that would look nicely in both a dining room and a living area, the credenza relies on an Etruscan pattern discovered on the coast of Tuscany.…

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A celebration in repetition, this design explores a pattern found on an ancient mosaic from Populonia, Italy. By cutting the pattern in repeating parts the design is can be simply…

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Selected as finalist for Coca Center of Contemporary Artists Design Competition I explored the design of a chair using basic geometric shapes and forms until I landed on a shape…

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