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West Hills Wind
Posted by on February 1, 2011
Posted in: energy, environment, geomodeling, projects

Captivating. Hypnotic. Distracting. Mesmerizing. No matter how one feels about windmills, we can certainly agree that they are moving. Spinning and rotating with the speed and direction of the wind, the motion is a reminder of our energy consumption and our connection with the environment. For this reason, visualizing windmills with just a still image […]

Underground
Posted by on January 11, 2011
Posted in: construction, inspiration, projects

Out of sight, out of mind.  For better or worse, it’s often the case. Consider, for example, the underground systems of a city: the electrical, gas, water, and sewer lines that power, hydrate, and, er, relieve our lives.  Tucked away below the grid of streets and sidewalks, they are easily taken for granted by urban […]

The Webinar
Posted by on June 21, 2010
Posted in: creative community, environment, projects

Almost as long as I’ve been running Fat Pencil Studio, I have been reading monthly news digest emails from Sustainable Industries. This year, Fat Pencil Studio had the opportunity to create 3d models for each winner of their upcoming feature: Top 10 Green Buildings Products of 2010. On Tuesday June 22 (tomorrow) at 10am, I will […]