Our Visionary Artist
Rev. Samuel was born 300 years ago at the foothills of the Carpathian mountains. His mother was a local village woman and his father was the "Black Bear of the Woods," a name he would never live down until his untimely demise at the end of a pitchfork. After emigrating to upstate New York on a long and slow boat, he easily picked up lessons from the street about shooting pool and user interface design. He often says, "I'm here to chew gum and destroy the dominant paradigm, and I'm all out of gum." At the dawn of the newest millenium, he learned pre-press production from the University of Hard Knocks, and dreamed of the day that his aspirations to be a world-famous LSD blotter artist would be fulfilled. Whilst he was spamming ads for his DeepMonkey t-shirt design, he crossed posts with Alex Pearlstein, who was starting Tripatourium at the time. And together, they made history.
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