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Final Reflection: Milo Larson

In the first interview, Jenna Walker asks her grandmother about her experiences with technology when she was in college. It was interesting hearing what technology was available to her during that time and her transition between typewriter to computer. She … Continue reading

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Oral History: Milo Larson

In this oral history project I choose to interview my father to learn more about how technology has evolved throughout his life. Overall, the interview went well with a few errors that I wish I could have solved prior to … Continue reading

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Comics: Milo Larson

The collection of images I used to create this comic fits Scott McCloud’s definition, “juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence”. My comic is considered juxtaposed because of how the images are placed side-by-side to connect the frames. Within … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Milo Larson

Throughout the first chapter of Scott McCloud’s, Understanding Comics, Scott explains to the readers what separates a comic from other forms of media. McCloud first attempts to create a definition that specifically fits “comics”. He does this to show that the … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Milo Larson

The imagery within my collage comes from a range of different themes. Various textures such as space and static can be seen around the edges of the collage with a colorful image covering peoples faces. The main background is an … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Milo Larson

The artist, Jiyen Lee, creates mesmerizing digital photographs by repeating and overlapping photos of walkways. This unique style of digital art can confuse the viewer because of the seamless transition between the layers. At first glance, you are unable to … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Milo Larson

Growing up I enjoyed listening to music my parents used to play off CDs in the house or on long car rides. When MP3 players were first released I received one as a birthday gift as well as a pair … Continue reading

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