Monthly Archives: September 2014

Foundation/Journal Week 5

Artist Who Influences Me An artist who is influencing me is Franz von Stuck. His interesting design concepts encourage me to think more outside of the box when considering concepts for my own work. He uses different contrast within his images … Continue reading

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Project 2 Write-Up

Project Two: Personal Symbolism David Lance Goines poster used for reference The flowers behind me are done lightly to show that while they do share a part of me (specifically my name), they are not who I am. Flowers are … Continue reading

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Yellow Submarine Research

Yellow Submarine Final Paper

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Survey Flipbook Write-Up

Jasmine Angelo According to Steve Stiles and ottomessmer.com, Messmer began his career with a work-study program for Acme Agency, where from 1911 to 1913 he created illustrations for fashion catalogs. After seeing some of Winsor McCay’s work, Messmer was inspired … Continue reading

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Foundations/Journal Week 4

September 15 Gallery Piece The artist of this is Tobias Stretch, and the total running time was five minutes and twelve seconds. I like how the people are made of yarn yet they are still life-sized. The movement of the … Continue reading

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Landscape Image

   Introducing Sanguine to Desolation According to Dictionary.com, the definition of sanguine can be cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident. The definition I am using here is hopeful. The idea behind this image is that if people do not take care … Continue reading

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Foundation/Journal Week 3

September 8 Gallery Piece This piece is by artist Adam Patch. It is titled Two Chips and ran for one minute and thirty eight seconds. I like the comedic aspects of the animation. I think the simplicity works well for … Continue reading

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