The Symmetry Project is a series of poster-sized collages, which explore this statement:
All people have the same core needs and responsibilities.
They only look different the farther we get from home.
I’d be honored if you watched this short video introduction
A lifetime of travel has taught me that all people have the same universal needs and responsibilities.
To illustrate these global symmetries, I’ve created collages featuring photos of the same thing taken around the world.
The shape of the collage is determined by the universal need itself.
The Symmetry Project is about bringing our world together.
It strives to show that no matter where home is, we’re not so different after-all.
That’s why I travel with small versions of each piece and cherish the smiles and connections they’ve led to…
…like the curious Turkish chef who delighted in seeing what a Nicarguan kitchen looks like.
Or fascinated South Korean locals asking me what I’ve taped to a phone booth.
In Abu Dhabi, there was a camera-shy taxi driver who loved being behind the lens.
And in Olympos, this ice cream vendor’s smile melted my heart every time I walked by.
The Symmetry Project Needs You
Since the Symmetry Project seeks to unify our world, I would love all 6.974 billion people on Earth to see it.
That’s where you come in.
I would really appreciate anything you can do to spread the word.
Tweets, likes, pins, backlinks… it all helps.
Know someone who might be interested in licensing, purchasing, or displaying a piece?
Please send them my way.
Work in a school or classroom? It’s my dream to see The Symmetry Project used in education.
Above all else, I hope that you have found the Symmetry Project interesting and that something you’ve seen today has made you smile.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a beautiful day.