First thing you remember making: “As a young aspiring car designer, 8-year-old Dylan had this series of concept-car drawings with back-to-the-future-inspired features like all-window windshield wipers and 1-million horsepower engines (of course they all flew, too). How disappointed would that young boy be that we don’t even have hoverboards yet! In middle school, Jean burst onto the design scene with her ‘Whimsy’ wire sculptures, such as these little bookmarks. She had her first big break selling them for a buck a piece at her school’s ‘art gallery’ (really more like a sad display case) in hippie-dippie Eugene, Oregon.”
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First thing you remember making: “As a young aspiring car designer, 8-year-old Dylan had this series of concept-car drawings with back-to-the-future-inspired features like all-window windshield wipers and 1-million horsepower engines (of course they all flew, too). How disappointed would that young boy be that we don’t even have hoverboards yet! In middle school, Jean burst onto the design scene with her ‘Whimsy’ wire sculptures, such as these little bookmarks. She had her first big break selling them for a buck a piece at her school’s ‘art gallery’ (really more like a sad display case) in hippie-dippie Eugene, Oregon.”