Category Archives: Spring 2018 Archive (336)

Texture: Alex Allen

For this blog post on texture, I wanted to get some feedback on which image I should pick for project one. Below I have narrowed my images to my top 3. When thinking about what picture I wanted to take to … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane – Alex Allen

Points I choose to take this picture of a point because I think the three balled light post really stand out and is a clear indication of a point. The reason I consider this as a point is because the … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Shawn Stephens

My Wacom tablet is solid, dependable and smooth to use. No matter where I take it or what happens to it, it always gets the job done. A lot of tablets or drawing boards these days cost a lot and … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Joshua Murphy

The trip to the art museum helped me get a better idea of the overall product that I want to create. One of the texts that was show to us was “Buddy The Dreamer” and it shares the graffiti like … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Jocelyn Urias Castro

This newspaper was done by Nancy Chunn and it was interesting for me because it looks like a normal newspaper we use now on days but actually it is pretty old, and it is looking fresh and with color. I … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Isabella Troiani

One of the most unique collections we saw during our visit to WSU was the artwork created by a nun named Corina Kempt. While the museum director himself was not fond of the pieces, I thought they were great examples … Continue reading

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Design Blog #7: WSU Art Museum

The recreation of one of Andy Warhol receipts for the liquor store was interesting because he is such a famous artist and it seems so simple but his work usually has more meaning. I thought the various typefaces was interesting and I … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Hansen

During our trip to the WSU Art Museuem I was intrigued by a work that depicted Andy Warhol in a relatively sardonic, clinical fashion. The photo is stylized almost like an old school anatomy diagram, with arrows pointing to each … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Alex Hagen

Art covers a broad range of disciplines, and one of the more fascinating genres of art style is depicted in comic books. The defining aspect of comic-style art is its ability to tell a story through a sequence of panels. … Continue reading

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WSU Art Museum: Aaché Howard-McDaniel

The example I chose to write about from our visit to the WSU Art Museum is by the visual artist Dread Scott. He makes revolutionary art to propel history forward. While he was a student at the School of the … Continue reading

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