In April of 2007, John Maeda wrote a haiku entitled "think-make-think" and posted it to his blog. I think that it went relatively unnoticed. Over the next few months, that haiku often found its way to the forefront of my mind. When our studio, the Public Design Center
, acquired the remnants of a discarded arrow sign, it was immediately clear to me that "think-make-think" was the perfect piece for the sign due to the haiku's small size and potency.
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