Monthly Archives: October 2013

Extra Credit Rise: Movie Poster

 

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Conceptual Glitch Art: Class Work

If you look at the before and after of the image you can still see that it is a flower, except the image repeated itself. The first image is just a picture of a flower, and the second one has … Continue reading

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Andy Goldsworthy Documentary 2003 “Rivers and Tides”

In this documentary Andy Goldsworthy makes many different pieces of art out of the different forms around him. He takes simple and everyday outside forms and turns them into something different. He uses leaves, ice, rocks, and other forms of … Continue reading

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Mask Project

I learned a lot of thing’s working on this project. I learned more about myself and how to draw 3-D objects. I discovered more about myself thanks to my mask and drawing. On my mask all my edges are clean … Continue reading

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I’m a Little Teapot: Lotte Reigner

https://vimeo.com/77351173 Lotte Reigner was born in Berlin on June 2nd, in 1899. As a child Lotte Reigner was very fascinated with the Chinese art of silhouette puppetry, even building her own puppet theater so she could perform for her family … Continue reading

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Workshop

On October 18th, I attended a lecture by John Knecht who is a retired teacher from Colgate and has had his work presented at many festival’s, such as the black manal film festival. He presented his work and explained his … Continue reading

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The Disjunction TV Show Poster

For this project I decided to call my TV show Disjunction. This show is about God taking his wrath upon the world and decides to destroy it seeing humans as a waste. My TV show is about humans defending themselves … Continue reading

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