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Final Reflection: Wyatt Nevins

The first interview I visited was Seth Muck’s. I enjoyed listening to it in class for a few reasons – first of all, the audio quality was high albiet for a dip in the middle. Other than a slight audio … Continue reading

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Oral History: Wyatt Nevins

When this project was introduced to us I knew exactly who I wanted to talk to. My Grandpa on my mother’s side has been a professional engineer for his entire adult life, working on everything from crash test dummies to … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Wyatt Nevins

The bit of future technology demonstrated in Soonish that caught my interest  was the panel on page 8. It depicts a group of people with strange, sucker like contraptions attached to their heads with antenna extending. The forefront character in … Continue reading

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Comics: Wyatt Nevins

Everything’s Going to Be Okay is a study in time. I’ve always been interested in mediums utilizing techniques that are rare, such as comics focusing on a still image moving through time. Here by Richard McGuire leans on this a little. Following the … Continue reading

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Blog #4: Print Versus Digital, Wyatt Nevins

I’m reasonably familiar with comics. I grew up reading old Marvel issues and in recent years I’ve been diving more into the literary side of graphic narrative. Superhero comics are well and good, but the genre has a lot more … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Wyatt Nevins

Imagine a world where planetary bodies aren’t designed to hold continents or oceans, but as a window to a further flung part of the galaxy. This was the thought that started this piece – a sky dotted with other skies, … Continue reading

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History of Collage and Photomontage: Wyatt Nevins

Combining the photorealistic with the surreal, German artist Matthias Jung creates portraits through collage. Using a combination of scissors, glue and paper images drawn from architecture and the natural world Jung crafts landscapes that are half reality, half dreamscape. As … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Wyatt Nevins

I picked a video game for one of the most recent consoles. Video games are important to me and my generation for a few reasons. Our generation is the first generation to make video games a common medium alongside movies … Continue reading

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