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Final Reflection: Luke Schauble

The first Oral History report I listened to was Emmalina Krist’s. The concept of her report was very good and provided great examples of the evolution of web design ranging from the 1990’s to now. One of the best examples … Continue reading

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Oral History: Luke Schauble

The interview I conducted was with my father which meant that conversation flowed very easily. When anyone asks what my dad does for a living, I can always tell them the general idea of his business, but other than that, … Continue reading

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Comics: Luke Schauble

When looking at the comic I’ve created, I would say that it fits his definition of what a comic is very well. That being “juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence”. My comic fits all of these elements. First, all … Continue reading

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Print vs Digital:Luke Schauble

When reading Scott McCloud’s book Understanding Comics, it made me realize that comics is a artform, along with a type of literature, just as books are.  There are many stereotypes regarding comics, such as they are children’s books or what … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Luke Schauble

For my collage, I wanted to create something that showed one of the things that I find important. Something that I believe to be true, and most importantly, something that impacts the world around us in a serious way. The … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Luke Schauble

Often times, art has the ability to be open-ended. In some works, the artist almost definitely left their creation to be open to multiple interpretations.  This piece of art, made by John Turck, most definitely is an example of that. … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Luke Schauble

Unlike other generations, the generation I grew up in has always had practical and affordable computers. Although they were not as fast as they are now, they did things in seconds, that took other generations minutes, to even hours. That … Continue reading

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