Monthly Archives: October 2013

Pan’s Labyrinth Poster Re-Touches

Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign PDF File Version Instead of all the empty space on top, I added a symbol of the Labyrinth from the movie but turned the opacity down so it wouldn’t become too distracting. I turned the background a … Continue reading

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Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy, by using nature as his medium, acknowledges that some, if not most of his pieces are not permanent. He does not see this as destruction though but rather a type of giving to nature or that his pieces … Continue reading

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Further Glitch Art Experimentation

Photoshop Audacity Hex Fiend

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Glitch Feminism

Legacy Russell utilizes glitch art to create a strong statement about ‘Glitch Feminism’. Glitches, generally deemed a malfunction or defect, are a type of ‘foreplay’ for the viewer or user. It suspends activity, causing anticipation.

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Glitch Art Experimentation

    Originally, my photo was just that of a ‘typical’ family. Everyone is happy and there seems to be no issues. This is generally the surface of a ‘perfect’ family.

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Response Post: Fritz the Cat

Created in 1972, Fritz the Cat caused a controversial stir at the time of its creation.

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Helvetica

Helvetica was produced in 1957 to compete with a prominent German font but for the Swiss market. It was made to be easily read with no other meaning behind it. It is a neutral font that grew popular- everyone began … Continue reading

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