Author Archives: leahmhenry

Oral History: Leah Henry

For this project, I decided to interview my mother who is an interior designer within the marine industry. She has spent a great deal of her time working on what is known as mega yachts, with her most recent project … Continue reading

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Comics: Leah Henry

For my comic I developed a simple story about a character, that represents me, getting into college at WSU. My project fits McCloud’s definition of comics in the sense that I have created a storyline made up of different visuals … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Leah Henry

In the first chapter of “Understanding Comics” Scott McCloud demonstrates how difficult it is to define “comics” and tries to explain each component that should be included. In addition, he mentions that “our attempts to define comics are an on-going … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Leah Henry

For my collage, I started with two of my own photos that I took of the Seattle skyline. I happened to have these pictures of the city, both during the day and night, taken from the same location. Every other … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Leah Henry

The piece I decided to reflect on is by a Korean artist named Jiyen Lee. Born in 1979, Lee attained a Bachelor of Fine arts from Hong-Ik University in 2005. She then went on to study at Goldsmiths, University of … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Leah Henry

  I’ve owned my Fitbit Charge for about three years now and have used it to keep track of my exercise. This technological artifact represents me because I constantly aim to stay healthy and this product helps me to do … Continue reading

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