Amidst the recent political debates, you may have felt as disinterested as I did. It's not because I don't care about the future of our country. Rather, it's because I've lost faith in the men and women that lead our country. It seems no one strives to make a difference once the ballots have been counted. Or maybe it's because our government has become so big and powerful, the men and women who try to make a difference are snuffed out by the professional politicians and men with deep pockets.

It seems the constant bickering between Democrats, Republicans, and the Tea Party folks is dividing our country rather than uniting it. You would think that in a progressive society, we would cherish lessons learned from the past and build upon them; not waste our time trying to disprove them or by telling ourselves the teachers weren't fully informed. I'm talking about one of the most famous phrases in American history; a phrase that perhaps adorns the offices of many of the Congress men and women now so venomously divided.

"A house divided against itself, cannot stand," said Mr. Lincoln.

Remember our past. Remember our teachers. Don't reverence them in one breath and then dishonor them in the next by thinking you know the real answer to the puzzle.

Gettysburg Address from Adam Gault on Vimeo.


I'll be honest - when we moved back to Utah after a summer in the beautiful Denver area, I was a little disappointed. As we drove through SLC, the city we once thought was so cool, now looked a little dull. The buildings that once captured our imagination, now only reminded us of the fond memories we had in Colorado. But after strolling the streets of SLC, during breaks to keep me from going blind from staring at a computer screen, I realized just how beautiful the city is. You may find the same beauty in your own city. Just look.

Ready for Launch

If a twig falls in a forest, does it makes a sound? Who knows, but it sure makes a cool website. Check out my and my Lovely's newest venture:

Artist's Corner

The great Pablo Picasso once said, "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up." Like Picasso, I think too many of us lose our childhood ambition to create and inspire. Of course, there are a few lucky ones who can make a living with their creativity. But for most of us, our creativity is swept under the rug and our ideas hidden in a darkened closet.

My Lovely and I want to help write new endings to these sad tales. In the coming weeks, we will launch Twig, a creative site that will not only showcase our own creativity, but yours as well. Everyone, from the stay-at-home mom to the established artist, will have a chance to have their work and their creativity
featured on Twig - all at no cost. So if you're trying to revive your childhood artist or simply trying to get your name out there, email us your submission at twigcreative [at] gmail [dot] com. If we like your work, you may lucky enough to find a spot in the Artist's Corner.

"You may think you don’t have talents, but that is a false assumption, for we all have talents and gifts, every one of us. The bounds of creativity extend far beyond the limits of a canvas or a sheet of paper and do not require a brush, a pen, or the keys of a piano. Creation means bringing into existence something that did not exist before—colorful gardens, harmonious homes, family memories, flowing laughter." - President Dieter F. Uchtdorf


You know, when my Lovely and I moved to Boulder a few months ago to work at CP+B, my head was bursting with thoughts of the cool products and brands I'd be able to work on. You can imagine then how surprised I was to find out I would spend a lot of my time making a giant hair ball.

I'm not kidding - a giant 6 ft. afro! It turns out the project was for the annual CP+B summer party, fittingly themed 'Hair'. Here is the proof - step by step.

'Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try.' Thanks Dr. Seuss.


You would think that someone who works in a creative field would never 'uncreative'. Well, it happens. It happens to me. Thankfully, my Lovely and her family were able to get out this weekend and enjoy the sites of a quiet, nearby town. Although I do not consider myself a photographer, it's fun to pretend. Capturing the details of the day was exactly what I needed to recapture my creativity.

King Hunt

If you vote for me ... all your wildest dreams will come true.

Will Work for Money

It seems my Halo bicycle lock design has received a lot of attention lately. Well, if you liked what you saw, you'll be happy to know ... I'm currently looking for a job! It seems I can't survive on ideas alone.

Factory Worker

Friends, I'm not in Kansas anymore, or Utah for that matter. My lovely family has packed up and moved to the hip, entrepreneurial, dog loving, bicycle riding Boulder, Colorado. What are we doing here? Well, I'm interning at the hottest shop around - Crispin Porter + Bogusky. It's incredible to be surrounded by so much creativity. But if "designers block" does creep in, I can always hop on a factory bike or big wheel, or slide down a fire pole.

Website Update

Have you seen some of the new content on untitled23? I hope you have. If not, you have got to check out our hilarious new commercial for State Farm. Also, I know most of you didn't participate in the Social Kitchen Project, but nevertheless, this is how it turned out. Check it out.

Kitchen Solutions

Okay guys and gals, thank you to those who participated in developing a solution to this common problem. After some thought, I have narrowed the possible solutions down to 3. They are as follows:

1- A dinner table with a small fridge built into the middle that houses commonly used, and often forgotten items, such as butter, salt and pepper, salad dressing, etc.

2- A serving platter that acts as a relationship building "board game." The platter, filled with delicious food, will remain locked until members of the family can answer questions about their family, provided by the game.

3- An electronic screen, with a built-in webcam, that attaches to the fridge. Although everyone has different schedules, they can record brief messages about their day onto the device. Others members of the family can then view the messages at a later time and keep up to date with everyone in the family.

Please review these solutions, and vote for your favorite! The solution with the most votes will get developed. Thanks!

The Social Kitchen Project

So do you remember a few months back when Lovely mentioned that I was "embarking on a new stream of ideas, ideas from you, brought to reality, to make your life more pleasant?" My first "embarkment" was a hit - you remember, The Baby Project. Well I'm undertaking a new project, and I NEED YOUR HELP ... again!

So let's start with a question: What tool, appliance, or furniture item could be developed, produced, or improved for the kitchen that improves social interaction between your family?

I think we can all agree that there is a lot of noise that distracts us from time with our family - especially during dinner time. (Guilty as charged). So let's think of a way to change it, or at least improve it. Please leave your comments, suggestions, and ideas.

Type is Beautiful

Ain't type grand?

So was I the only one who was disappointed in the Super Bowl commercials this year - and for the past few years for that matter? Well let me restore your faith by showing you some of the funniest commercials I've ever seen. Pure genius.

New Website

Hey, has anyone bothered to check out my new home for all things creative? All you need to do is click the website button on your left, and all your dreams will come true.

The Convenient Crib

What better way to kick off Black Friday than to unveil our new crib? You may remember my first attempt at building a crib for our new baby. It was good, but this one is great! Many of the changes were inspired by you! Let me tell you about it:

The front panel is now equipped to slide up and down; perfect for getting smaller babies in and out of the crib. The bottom half is stationary, so you won't have to worry about those terrible accidents you've heard about on the news lately.

Like the first one, the mattress is able to slide in and out; making changing the sheets a snap. However, all the tiny gaps and spaces have been eliminated. The sliding drawer is also equipped with a lock to keep it securely in place. Safety first.

Finally, the new crib is not just a crib; it easily converts into a toddler bed by simply removing the front panel. Convenient yeah?

In summary, the new crib is safer, more convenient, more functional, smaller, and better looking than the first. What do you think? Please tell me. To the left, you will find a poll. I am seriously considering producing and selling these cribs, but I want to know if there is a market for them. If you are interested fill out the poll, and email me at for future updates. Thanks again for all those who participated in The Baby Project.


I have been M.I.A. for awhile in the blogging world. That is probably because I've been swamped with projects, papers, and presentations. Here is what I've been working on lately - stationary. Who knew it could be so fun, and cool. Custom stationary would make an amazing Christmas gift for yourself and your business! And be sure to check back on Black Friday for the new crib unveiling.


You may be saying to yourself,"Wow, he's sure let himself go." Don't worry friends, it's just a costume. Why am I donning a new nose and ears? Well, over the weekend, I shot a commercial for Doritos in hopes of Crashing the Super Bowl. It was a lot of fun, and I had some great people helping me out. Check it out! You can also find it in the Gallery. If you love it, please leave a comment on the site.

The Convenient Crib v.2

If at first you don't succeed, try try again. Although my first attempt at designing and building a crib was successful, there were a few tweaks I wanted to make. So I went back to the drawing board. And might I say, if you loved the first one, you're gonna go crazy over the new one. Ladies and gentlemen, here is your first sneak at the Convenient Crib v.2.