Tag Archives: Digital Foundations

Gallery Write Up: Brian Murphy

James Stephens Jason Bernagozzi Dgma. 1403-01 SET 302/8:00 20 November 2016   Anaglyph imagery and video are most commonly used as a means to create a stereoscopic effect, tricking the brain into believing that a flat two-dimensional image is actually … Continue reading

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Narrative Montage: Hunger Ridden

Narrative montage on procrastination and the ideas and concepts that go through ones head when procrastinating with a comedic style applied to it. It uses metric montage in the transition from day to night as well as rhythmic montage with … Continue reading

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Political Dadaism Poster

This image comes from my dissatisfaction for the abundance of nuclear weapons that are currently in the world, as well as the lack of concern for them. They are incredibly dangerous to our planet, as well as having the capability … Continue reading

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Helvetica Response

Helvetica is the neutral typeface. So neutral that it is used in almost every business, every store, it is plastered all over Time Square. Yet no one seems to notice it. The most common typeface is not recognized by the … Continue reading

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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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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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