Monthly Archives: September 2016

17 days thing #1

I forgot what it’s called but I saw the one where the lady became a dog. I felt little to no emotion from it. It was just “Okay, she’s fading into a dog. So what?”. The longer I stared at … Continue reading

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Objectified by Gary Hustwit

It’s about what goes into product design. How can it’s function go into it’s aesthetic and vice versa? What extreme is the demographic? What features help or hinder the product’s function? Factors like that. It also talks about the evolution … Continue reading

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Bo Staff Abstract

I chose to represent the movement of the Bo Staff during a kung fu technique. I have always been fascinated by Martial Arts for as long as I can remember. The blue ovals represent the martial artist and the line … Continue reading

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ZTAO-Adore abstract piece

  For the abstract music project, I chose a love song by a chinese hip-hop artist known as ZTAO and made the smooth melody, burst of emotion and rhythm easier to appreciate in 2 senses instead of just hearing.

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Linear day

Praise Harambe is a story about a bored boy in math class day dreaming of going on a fantastical adventure. It was originally going to be called “Productivity at it’s finest” but fate had gotten in the way and made … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape II

  Wunderkammer is a german word adopted by the english language. The literal translation is “Wonder Drawer”. It means a drawer used to hold miscellaneous items, AKA a junk drawer. I took the idea and made the wonder a portal … Continue reading

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Abstract write up

Abstraction is the process of taking away or removing characteristics from something in order to reduce it to a set of essential characteristics. This was pioneered by James McNeill Whistler in the early 19th century. Mary Ellen Bute was an animator that made abstract work. She made … Continue reading

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Animation flipbook

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Alfred Stieglitz response

Photography as an art form is a taking a moment in time and making it immortal. Civil war photos show how disastrous the war was and not as glorified as many still claim it is. It gives the viewer a … Continue reading

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accordion book research

Accordion books are a way to bind books without the hassle of sewing. It’s a long stretch of paper folded into page sized increments. This technique was used by buddhist priests in feudal japan. One famous example is the Orihon, … Continue reading

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