[ about paulogy ]
paulogy is a collection of projects, ideas, drawings, and other works by Paul Grzymkowski.
Spanning over 25 years, paulogy is an ever-growing body of work exploring a range of themes including music, games, technology, psychology, art, and chaos. It is a gallery of disparate objects all unified by one thing: creativity.
[ about paul grzymkowski ]
Paul has more ideas than he knows what to do with. He lives to think, dream, and create. By day he is an engineer at IBM. By night he is an inventor, programmer, artist, scientist, gamer, comedian, and/or entrepreneur, depending on the night. He has a blog, a blackbelt, a B.S. and M.Eng. from Cornell, and a mention in the New York Times. He's from Old Saybrook, Connecticut and he lives in Vermont.
Paul doesn't want to be famous, but he wants people to know what he has done. He loves feedback. When he's not inventing new ways to make the world better (or much, much worse) he enjoys live music, weird movies, and grilled cheese sandwiches.
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