Chapter . What Lies Beneath

Three-dimensional environments in two-dimensional form

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MIND PLAY AND IMAGE ASSOCIATION form a part of how Michael Pick generates his ideas. In this instance, he began thinking about public gardens in New York City and took a number of digital photos. As he was working with the images in Adobe Photoshop, he noticed that his work bore a resemblance to an ant farm. This led to the idea of creating an underground scene rather than a more traditional aboveground garden.

From that start, he was led to think about other items one might find underground. ...

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