Monthly Archives: September 2016

Objectified Response

Objectified, though titled as a documentary, is more of a social commentary on design fitting into the daily lives of human beings. It was made to give the consumers and average joes of our world insight as to the creators … Continue reading

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Final Imaginary Landscape

  After a long search through the dictionary, I found the word rutilate, which means to shine or emit rays of light. I took it into a more literal sense, where people live out their lives on a lightbulb. This … Continue reading

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The Eloquent Eye Response

Photography in the arts was, at a time, thought of as nothing more than people taking a cheap route in portrait making and image creation. Many critiques believed that photography was not as refined and articulate as painting was. However, … Continue reading

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Accordion Book

  This book was to represent one day from a week long cruise. The day began with my family getting off the boat, and walked along the boardwalk, which I remember being very long, so I chose it as the … Continue reading

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Concept of Abstraction

In this concept of abstraction, I will be delving into the mind and how the stress of massive work sums can drive someone to the point of madness. Paper will be used to represent the mind, beginning with a bright, … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape #2

For this image I went off the concept that paradise does not exist, that there will not always be good in people’s lives, and simply that bad things just happen and we can’t do anything about it. The high rising … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape #1

The idea of nature outlasting humans and overtaking their creations has always been interesting to me. But whenever it is depicted it is over a large area like a city being covered in grass and vines, and I thought that … Continue reading

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