During my late night walks along one of Chicago’s lakefront harbors, I observed two ships passing. One is going one way while the other is headed another way. On that particular night as if by pure coincidence, they came near each other at the harbor. Each had a mission to accomplish and will later on sail their separate ways. But for that moment, both started flashing messages to each other for the first time and their proximity allowed for radio transmission.
In a parallel situation, “Boats on a port tack shall give way to boats on starboard tack! Sail away!”, replied Dîner en Blanc Chicago when I tweeted my concept sketch for a table setting design.
It was for a “clandestine picnic dinner party of a random crowd dressed entirely in white that comes together at an undisclosed location through a word-of-mouth campaign.”
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