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Oral History: Jenna Walker

For my interview, I chose to interview my grandma on what it was like to grow up using a typewriter and other methods. Then seeing what it was like to transition to computers and how she had to adjust. The … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Jenna Walker

Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or ruin Everything, touches base on how drastically technology can change. It takes about robots being created, 3D printed food, and much more. This book touches base on many things that have been created … Continue reading

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Comics: Jenna Walker

My blog, “A Boy and His Flower”, was inspired by Spiderman. I took the the concept of Spiderman and gave it a floral spin. Similarly in Spiderman, he is bit by a spider and turns in to Spiderman, but my … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Jenna Walker

When reading McCloud’s book “Understand Comics”, what really stuck with me was when he said, “the trick is to never mistake the message—for the messenger” (McCloud, 6). Tying this in to the print versus digital question, print is easier to … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Jenna Walker

For my digital collage, the background image is a photo that I took of Seattle near Post Alley and the others come from google and pixabay. I chose these images because I wanted to create something that could potentially be … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage Jenna Walker

Eugenia Loli is a California based artist. She infuses vintage photos while also creating fantasies out of them. Interestingly enough, Loli wasn’t always an artist, she originaly set out to be involved with technology which makes sense on how she … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact Jenna Walker

The technological artifact I chose was my Polaroid camera. I chose this because it mainly defines me, but also somewhat defines my generation. While Polaroid cameras are not new products, they have made quite a come back. Polaroids and the … Continue reading

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