Here is a project I did with Google's I/O event for tech developers. I was asked to reinterpret the I/O logo which stands for input/output. I drew inspiration from the bay area, specifically its dynamic mixture, of beaches, hills, peninsulas, and various urban areas. In this piece, I repeated the logo I/O three times to create a nice vertical stack. It can also be viewed as 1's and 0's since that is the written binary code for input and output. This is further emphasized with blobby 1's and 0's used as fill in patterns in some areas.