The Vitruvian Lab

Around the 1490s Leonardo da Vinci drew the Vitruvian Man, a man superimposed in two positions, with his arms and legs apart, inscribed in a circle and a square. Somewhere between then and now I got inspired by this image because the image demonstrates the blend of art and science during the renaissance. So, why am I telling you this? Because its what I stand for, blending art and science to progress, to improve, innovate & challenge not only our daily lives but history to come whilst simultaneously giving me an excuse to have a really cool header. This is the Vitruvian Lab, the place where the coder is the modern day scientist. The place where the coder is the modern day artist. The place where I will express my journey to become an Interactive designer.

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