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The Woodpecker Pecks, but the Hole Does Not Appear

Designing for impact and the ephemera of pixels

Photo: Marcia Straub/Getty Images

It’s hard to imagine how unremembered we all become,
How quickly all that we’ve done
Is unremembered and unforgiven, how quickly

Bog lilies and yellow clover flashlight our footfalls,
How quickly and finally the landscape subsumes us,
And everything that we are becomes…




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M. Barton Renner

M. Barton Renner

Experience Design | Interaction Design | Design Strategy

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