Monthly Archives: September 2016

Objectified: Gary Hustwit

In Objectified by Gary Hustwit, the main discussion is about how objects are designed. The success of an object’s profit is from how an object is designed. Designers want their products to be comfortable and work efficiently. To make it … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape 3

For this project my work is based off of the word, Ocellated. Ocellated means resembling an eye. The concept of this image is that there are different worlds. I used the discoloration to show the different worlds and I used the … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 6

The Missive: by Markus Raetz In this work of art Markus uses lines to create the entire piece. The waviness of the lines creates movement. The lines also create value. The closer the lines are in certain areas like in the bottom … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 5

The Golden Mean is represented by the Greek letter phi. Phi is one of those mysterious natural numbers that seem to arise out of the basic structure of our cosmos. Phi appears clearly and regularly in the realm of things … Continue reading

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Photography Response

I believe that photography is a form of art. It uses the elements and principles of design just like the rest of the art mediums. Art is the expression or utilization of creative skill and imagination, it is usually shown … Continue reading

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Linear Day Book

For my linear day book I chose the day where I met my idol and my favorite band. For most of the day I was pretty nervous which explains the shaky thin lines. I used the thinner bolder lines to … Continue reading

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Theory of Abstraction

For my abstraction I am going to be doing a kinetic abstraction. In my project I will abstract how a human walks. I will use paper cut outs to create the figure and move them for each frame to create the movement. I … Continue reading

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