Logos

I was recently commissioned to design logos for TWO organizations who are doing amazing work in the areas of spirituality, science and consciousness.

First was a whole new logo for WakingTimes.com, based on cymatics, geometry and a rising sun:

And secondly was a logo for Evolve & Ascend's Liberation Frequency podcast - as heard HERE.

Take a moment and click over to both of these sites. You might learn something!

New Art: THE FOOL

THE FOOL represents the beginning of a journey. With a knapsack and flower in hand, the Fool traverses the cliff-peppered, mountainous landscape guided with optimistic and carefree innocence by his heart's intuition. His Hebrew letter is Aleph and his number is 0 (zero) -- so you'll find no straight lines here, only circles, including the giant empty space in the center. This is beginner's mind, the space before creation, the Ain Soph Aur. With the blazing, circular sun lighting his path, the Fool teaches us about having the childlike courage to step away from the familiar and into the Great Wide Open. 

#tarot #sacredgeometry #mandala #drawing #art #qabalah 

Level Up

There are seven notes in the Western musical scale, where the eighth step is the return to the ONE... only this time an octave up, one step above the natural order. Similarly, the 8th day of the week is a return to the beginning; a renewal. This sketch features the Octagon and is an exploration of “8” (and its divisors of 1, 2 and 4). 8 is a new dawn, a modulation upward. It is the completion of a former stage and a leveling up.

QUOTE: Make It Burn

"I want to be thoroughly used up when I die, for the harder I work, the more I live. I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations."

George Bernard Shaw

Sacred Geometry

Recently I've picked up several books on Sacred Geometry, notably Michael Schneider's "A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe: Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art, and Science" as well as Miranda Lundy's "Quadrivium: The Four Classical Liberal Arts of Number, Geometry, Music, & Cosmology."

What is Sacred Geometry? Wikipedia says, 

Sacred geometry is used as a religious, philosophical, and spiritual term to explain the fundamental laws of the universe covering pythagorean geometry and the perceived relationships between geometrical laws and quantum mechanical laws of the universe that create the geometrical patterns in nature.
— http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacred_geometry

Still in the middle of these books, I purchased a heavy duty drawing compass and got to work. Here are a few of my recent attempts...