Back by popular demand, Margins and Mediums. The collection was inspired by nascent thoughts expressed in code and scratch. Margins offer a bank of ideas from small to big. Marginalia - notes, scribbles, comments and criticisms - expressed on multiple platforms. The blackboard, chalkboard, whiteboard, and yellow notepad. Teachers use them as channels of information and instruction. Young minds are encouraged and trained to 'show work'. Mature minds find private peace and struggle staring at them as painted canvases. It is all part of the process: the movement of thought, play, toil, and discovery.

Fermat, a 17th century French mathematician said, "Cuius rei demonstrationem mirabilem sane detexi. Hanc marginis exiguitas non caperet." The translation from Latin, "I have a truly marvelous proof of this propostio which this margin is too narrow to contain."

Quick calculations inspired by universal equations, formulas, and expressions not to-be-limited by obligatory problem-sets. Mild distortion through an ocular lens effect warp the image adds finish to the tableau.

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