An arrangement of various vectorized images and drawings, inspired by the interplay of forms both man made and natural.
This was made during a period of my life where I was first heavily experimenting with the use of textures found within objects I encountered throughout my daily life.  The shape shown on the left side of the final design is a perfect example of this practice - it being a manipulation of the grooves and shadows within a rock fossil found inside the University of Waterloo Earth Sciences Museum.
This design arose from the time I spent while on the University of Waterloo's campus (a campus which in my opinion nicely blends both nature with brutalist architecture), specifically in the area near the Peter Russel Garden. 
- Daniel