A Brief History- three generations of creative disposition

I was looking through the studio the other day, thinking about our Q209 newsletter. I was taken by the presence of my personal history evident in the studio, and also in my work. The tangible evidence- sketches, drawings, paintings and sculpture all manifest themselves in my own creative disposition. So we pulled together a little book- Fraser Design, a Brief History and dropped it here into Issue.com . We will be printing a limited number of copies, too. Here are some of the images in the booklet-

A patent application drawing by my great, great uncle
(ink on linen), and a sheet from an architectural set drawn by my grandfather

A study for a sculpture drawn by my father and a porch sketch study drawn by me (back in the days of drafting

A color study I did for the Charles Luck Stone Center