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John Nash, Nobel prize winning cryptologist who battled schizophrenia, whilst studying at Princeton in the years of 1948-1950. In these years inkblot testing was a common among clinical psychologists to assess a patients mental health.
I interpreted this as John’s beautifully abstract view on the world being pigeon holed. Yet he embodies his natural awkward flair, whatever he’s doing. He disrupts the boundaries of black and white. Choosing to include the ever beautiful Fibonacci sequence as well as type written as a nod to the era.