This past week I wanted to try something completely new! So my partner has been wanting to start up a clothing brand and asked for me to come up with a logo! We both came up with the name “Profound Intellect” and he wanted me to come up with a logo somewhat related to that. After loads of research, I came across the Aztec symbol known as “Hunab Ku” which means one god or the only god. He asked for me to make the symbol look like stone and wanted me to incorporate the colors white, black, and emerald green. Using everything he requested, this is what I came up with!! It’s definitely something new but I had so much fun doing it.
Before diving into the semester, my definition of art was “anything a person wanted it to be”, now I’ve come to the conclusion that art is found everywhere even if it isn't where a person would expect it to be. I’ve always thought this it’s just now I’ve discussed the topic with several classmates and received more than enough affirmation.
I am an English Education major with an emphasis on Linguistics. I feel that art is one of those things that can be incorporated into everything. …
According to Pixar.com, “At Pixar, our goal is to make great films with great people. We are proud of our tradition of creative and technical excellence and are always looking for talented people to enrich our work and our community. We believe it’s important for our studio to reflect the diversity of the society we live in and the worldwide audiences for whom we make our films”.
I always dreamed of someday animating for Pixar. However, my major now probably won’t get me in there. I really do see myself offering a lot of creative ideas and…
Janice Sung went to school graduated from Sheridan College with a bachelor’s degree in Animation. On her website, she mentions that she actually doesn’t like animating. Janice Sung struggled a lot to find her style as she believes that finding your style can be seen as a part of your identity. Janice is a freelancer, she first started in a small boutique studio in Toronto as a concept artist.
Janice likes to incorporate a ton of geometric shapes in her drawings, whether that be earpieces, clothing, or just the background. The texture is so unique too…
2. My original vision went exactly as planned!
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4. I think my project was definitely a success! Everything went smoothly — better than I expected really.
5. I believe my project got stronger due to improvements as I was working on it. For example, the background colors looked boring solid so I decided to make it blend into a different color! It made it far more vibrant.
6. Really all I was trying to do was express was my love for MCU! I think I pretty much achieved my goal. I wanted to paint something Marvel-related…
Artists: Micol Hebron and Joseph DeLappe
Media: Video Art, Performance Art, New Media
Intermedia artists Micol Hebron and Joseph DeLappe are both extremely talented. Michol Hebron studied at UCLA where she got a Bachelor’s in the Arts as well as a Masters in Fine Arts. Micol Hebron is also studying what is known as Video Art or Performance Art. Similarly, Joseph DeLappe works with the virtual world and is currently a professor of “Games and Tactical Media” at Abertay University which is located in Scotland. Both Hebron and DeLappe work with “New Media”.
I stumbled upon…