05 . 19
PHOTOS + WRITING | AIDAN T. E. GALASSETTI
My notes and blackbooks accumulated similarities over time. Similar color patterns, layouts, and iconography began to appear in both. One sunny Seattle afternoon, notes splayed out across the floor, I wanted to test how well the two blended together. I threw one on top of the other and unsurprisingly the letters, pens, and biology notes meshed together seamlessly. Oddly it became a physical interpretation of how my neurons spend their time. The organization and color is also reflected in the workspace - speckled with bright yellow dots and systematic compartments. Whether it be studying material, illustrated throwups, or desk space, we have a funny way of projecting our identity through everything.