Archivita is a vast and vibrant conceptual city: a biomimetic celebration of life and the structures we build to reflect it. The elevated transportation system and main arcologies are gridded on the Flower of Life symbol. Each "stairstep" of the foreground petal sectors is the height of a livable residential floor. Large communal domes located centrally and per sector. The whole piece rides the edge of abstraction, to invite creative interpretation from the viewer. Archivita has been exhibited as a 30ft (9m) long open-edition vinyl mural print at several large festivals in the US, such as Burning Man 2016/2017. It now resides at the South Bend Museum of Art. It was my most ambitious piece of the time, with 86 million polygons.