iCrow in Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Atlanta Botanical Gardens - Creatometry / Atomic Playrooms iCrow

Atlanta Botanical Gardens - Creatometry / Atomic Playrooms iCrow

iCrow Creatometry Ted Freeman

The iCrow and the reformatting of information and culture

An accidentally timely and slightly - in context - macabre celebration of Apple products, digitization of all media and correspondence, and cultural change; completely coincidentally installed just as Steve Jobs succumbs to cancer.
An accidentally timely and slightly – in context – macabre celebration of Apple products, digitization of all media and correspondence, and cultural change; completely coincidentally installed just as Steve Jobs succumbs to cancer.

Here’s the iCrow, now an accidental tribute to Steve Jobs and Apple, and the powerful cultural changes they catalyzed.  Last night I wrote a short tribute panel for him concluding with “Thank you Steve Jobs for ushering in the inevitable in a very, very elegant effective way.”

Oh, and you might wonder why I thought of this as a scarecrow… I’m also making bookcases, actual bookcases, in the shape of iPhones and iPads that look like the ibooks app.  Fun?  E-mail me up and order one today!

About Ted Freeman

Creatometry is a synergy of artistic/inquisitive and functional/rational design.
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2 Responses to iCrow in Atlanta Botanical Gardens

  1. Appreciate you sharing, great blog post. Really Cool.

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