Kang Jin

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a MacBook. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #Save_Our_Soul, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “S.O.S”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal4real, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 31 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #help_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 9 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative field.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. But, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 3000x3000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 6 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just 12 seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #help. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a font, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea where I am or what time it is. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 25 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 11 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 8 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 32 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 48 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 9 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 28 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 8 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 28 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2400x2400px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 10 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 43 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a MacBook. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign 2017 and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 11 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign 2017. Maybe 42 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? OK. 2000x2000px. Margin? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 8 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook in Space Gray. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #like4help, #follow4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong, #keepsafe. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign. Maybe 46 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Just give me square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 7 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 27 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 2016 12-inch MacBook. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is Adobe InDesign and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #seeyousoon, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 10 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign. Maybe 46 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Ronaldo’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? Square! What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 8 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.

Suddenly, I am in a real super dangerous situation. I don’t know why but I am here. Just a few seconds later, I realize that I have to send some signal for help. However, I have no idea what time it is or where I am. The only thing I know is I am in danger. I try to figure out how I got stuck here knowing it would be no use in this situation. So I go back to “send some signal for help” part. A desperate discussion with myself in 29 seconds. I decide to use “SOS”; world’s most famous and the simplest words that describe my current status. S. O. S. These three letters are the only way to get some help. Then I realize I have a 12-inch MacBook. Thanks, my past self. I open it and all I see is InDesign and a weird upload icon. My head spins and I immediately understand that the icon is somehow connected to Instagram, and if I drag some jpeg file onto it, it will automatically be uploaded on my Instagram account with hashtags like #help_me, #SOS, #dont_forget_me, #like4help, #thisisreal, #findingwilsontheball, #brandnewrobinsonscrusoe #staystrong. I really don’t like hashtags but I have no choice. I am in real danger. I need help from anybody. All these thoughts ended in 9 seconds. Okay. All I need is some jpeg with SOS. I can make this very easily with InDesign. Maybe 41 seconds, including waiting for opening the app and exporting the file. I am in danger, this is no joke. I click the violet icon (FYI, InDesign icon) and during the loading, all I think about is how I can make this workflow super fast like Gareth Bale’s running. I keep reminding myself shortcut keys and the best locations for my fingers for quick typing. After InDesign is loaded, my hand is super fast. Press Command with my left pinky and N with my right index finger. Intent? Of course, web! Page size? What? There is no preset for that? Okay, okay. 2000x2000px. Margin, Bleed, Slug? Please, I don’t have time. I press Return several times with my right pinky and I get a new document. The moment I see the white blank space, I press T with my left index finger and start to click & drag trackpad with my right index finger to make a text frame. Okay. It’s almost done. There are only three steps left to get the job done: type SOS, export to jpeg and drag it onto the upload icon. I can do this. I type SOS in the text frame. It takes 9 seconds. Wait, this can be my last work. If I die here, this jpeg would be my portrait at my own funeral. The composition of three letters, taste in selecting a typeface, or any decision and detail in this image will represent me and my whole work. I stop my hands and start thinking again. This is kind of a big deal. This will be my swan song and it will be very popular because it is real. I die here. People will be crazy about it. This, this is a huge opportunity. I have to show something here. My death will only trigger to make me more famous. Of course, I don’t want to be a dead body here, but also, I don’t want to be someone who is dead in the creative zone.