The primary artifact of the Slow Create Framework is the Canvas. It's a matrix of boxes that allows you to simply and easily plot-out your problem information, and any progress/input you've developed over time against that problem. Each step of the canvas helps you culminate your iterative creative cycles over short or long periods of time.
The Canvas allows you to plot out each idea area or problem domain into a single, structured set of boxes we call a Canvas. This structured information becomes your primary, centralized, and organized dataset that your mind can optimally process against on a regular, ongoing basis. Use the Funnel to explain each step within the Canvas.
As you create multiple canvases, it can become hard to keep track of them. The Pipeline organizes all your canvases into a single view. From this one simplified synopsis, your mind can traverse rapidly between problem sets or idea areas on a daily basis.
As you emerge from the Slow Create process with inflections, breakthroughs, or little-c creative epiphanies, the Sustainable Mystique Triad helps you amalgamate and communicate your findings in a format and cadence that can fascinate an audience.
Above shows the 3 core components of the framework, the canvas, pipeline, and triad, working together in order from left to right. Each canvas you create can be dropped into a single pipeline. As you work through the pipeline, you can generate triads. That is, well-framed models of communication of your progress, (and eventual results), using the Sustainable Mystique triad.