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Photomerge the Missing Years

It has been close to two years since I posted anything of recent relevance. 

Since I went on that epic trip overseas I have sort of rested on my laurels and continued to post images from a trip I took two years ago. Since then life has continued to roll on. I finished school and got a big boy job. And other important life things happened (wink wink). So what happened during those missing two years??? Well… here they are in photomerge form. 

Salt Lake City, Utah;


Chicago, Illinois;


Washington D.C.;


Shoshone Falls, Idaho:


Heber Valley, Utah;


Houston, Texas;


This is only showing places where I remembered to take photomerge style photos… much much more happened. But I don’t have time to talk about that now.

When one challenge is overcome, its time to face the next one… Wish me luck.


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Blog Anniversary Book

July 3rd, 2013 marked the very first year of the OH! design blog. So I decided to celebrate/commemorate as I usually do:

By making a Book (which you may view by clicking here)

Here are the first few spreads:

blog book cover

It may not be apparent, but the cover of this book is actually all of the text I’ve written on the blog over the past year layered to create an almost solid color.

how to read

The blog’s first Test Post functioned as a “how-to read this book” spread.


Only selected posts were added to the book to keep it from getting too ridiculously long (though as it stands, trimmed and shortened, it is 240 pages long!). 

This past year of blogging has been fantastically fun. I’m very excited to continue posting for year two!

But perhaps the blog could use a bit of a face-lift…

Design Work

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1000 Icons, Symbols + Pictograms


1000 Icons, Symbols + Pictograms

I’ve had this book for a while now, and, while flipping through it, I was inspired to make my own icons for the topics I blog about most often. The book is an image library that is similar to thousands of other books about the same subject, which is to say that there is no particular reason why I feel anyone would need to buy this book in particular. It serves a purpose and fills an interest I had, though it would be very easy to choose any other book about symbols to replace it.

It isn’t a bad book. If you like icons, symbols, or pictograms then you should know that this book has them. As far as reading goes… well… there isn’t really any. 

But the point of this post isn’t to review this book. The point is to get inspired and to share said inspiration:

blog ICONS

Now I’ll be able to graphically label my blog posts!


Design Work On the nightstand

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