People tend to get seduced by the original drawings from the hand of the designer. These scribbles contain the untouched, pure artistic intention of the creator.
Architects put three lines on a piece of paper, and that impression is sufficient to use as guideline for the development of complex constructions.
Unfortunately in that process the spontaneous and uninhibited quality of the first intention always tends to fade out. What if the original scribble was to become the end result, directly, with no abstraction, no alterations due to technical requirements.
Tjep. has achieved this true revolution in a first series of glasses called Scribbles.
Date: January 2003