Nick Pedersen's 'Sumeru' is a Digitalization of Epic Proportions

By: Emily Evans - Published: Jul 12, 2011 • References: nick-pedersen and mymodernmet
Digitalization can help to create majestic worlds like those of Nick Pedersen's 'Sumeru' series. Nick Pedersen is originally from Utah, but has since relocated to New York City where he finished up 'Sumeru' as part of his thesis project.

Pedersen attributes the inspiration behind 'Sumeru' as being related to eastern thought, Buddhist mythology and Zen literature. In an exclusive interview given to the website 'My Modern Metropolis' Pedersen states, "the narrative follows the spiritual quest as the storyline symbolically wanders through various states of consciousness and perceptions." Nick Pedersen's 'Sumeru' will undoubtedly have viewers on a spiritual jungle journey.

Implications - Businesses who can employ interns and young individuals freshly out of college and university will likely find that such individuals have a refreshing work ethic and are full of creative potential. Employing such individuals can help to lower expected salaries and capitalize on fresh talent like Nick Pedersen.