My definition of a Freesoul

Thanks to the always informative and community savvy Laurel Papworth, I discovered the Freesoul project by Oliver Ding and Joi Ito today. I always like a creative challenge – and besides, it’s about time I set up a Slideshare account. You can contribute your own visual response to the Freesoul group too!

Here’s something I prepared earlier

[slideshare id=550178&doc=freesouls-1218459882571848-9&w=425]

Here’s the original with a web 2.0 message

[slideshare id=544353&doc=freesouls20080806-1218047651356417-8&w=425]

Here’s the group

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3 thoughts on “My definition of a Freesoul

  1. Julie

    Love the visuals! I’m going to have to do a little train track shoot myself. :)

    I went to leave a comment on your post a few back. The one with the scrabble letters. But, I got intimidated by all the smart comments. Anyway, just wanted to say I admire your photography. You are very creative and talented.

  2. wonderwebby

    thanks Oliver. I had a few other ideas but the visual seemed just right for this one!

    Julie you are very kind, thank you. And please don’t get intimidated. you’re pretty smart and creative yerself :)

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