I started by creating pieces inspired by architectural aspects of maps and architecture, starting with a focus of the maps of Disneyland. Inspired by Piet Mondrian, I focused on negative and positive space, line, shape, balance, emphasis, repetition and texture. Looking at Disneyland from an aerial view, I started with repetition of the straight lines of maps in pieces 1 through 3. As seen in the transition from pieces 4 to 5, I started to make the pieces more crowded than open, to demonstrate the business of the location, but then decided that simplicity of space was my focus, transitioning into piece 6. From pieces 7 to 8, I started to integrate color, starting with red to demonstrate Mickey Mouse, to emphasize one single shape and draw attention to the placement of that landmark. When taking my illustrations off the computer and onto paper, as seen starting with piece 11, I started to transition into the practice of rearranging cardstock pieces of paper to specify the simplicity of line, shape, space and movement. I demonstrated the message that the business of life that goes on behind simple events through the simple lines and shapes that lay on top of bigger shapes.