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LA I'm Yours | Features the Ludlow Kingsley Year End Report

Thanks to LA I'm Yours for writing about the Ludlow kingsley Year End Report. Here's an excerpt: 

"The project was their 2011 Year End Report, which shared what a couple hundred people thought of the year. It asked things from what animal described your year (out of a Fox, Whale, Lion, or Bird), what word you’d use to describe the year (most people said “change”), and, when asked if they’d do the year again, 63% said a big NO (I agree!). With all this data, which they collected through a website of fourteen questions, they created a poster, which they mailed out to participants. The front worked like an infographic of everyone’s experiences while the back acted almost as a constellation of participants involved. It’s a pretty cool project."

Read the whole article here or visit our project page to see more!