Anito: Avatars Of The Pearl (Designing Characters Inspired By The Natural Resources Of The Philippines), 2022 De La Salle University Integrated School (Manila)
Anito: Avatars Of The Pearl (Designing Characters Inspired By The Natural Resources Of The Philippines), Bettina Mari G. Jiongco
DLSU Senior High School Research Congress
Anito: Avatars of the Pearl is a collection of digitally illustrated character designs that personify the natural tourist attractions and endemic wildlife species in the Philippines to capture the recognition and improve the interest of Filipino teenagers on the natural resources of the country. The study aims to know how much recognition and interest do the Filipino teenagers have on the natural resources in the Philippines while the artwork applies the innovative concept of anthropomorphic personification to reimagine the natural resources of the Philippines as characters known as diwatas and engkantos.
Nurture: A Campaign About Animal Adoption In The Philippines Through Digital Illustrations, 2022 De La Salle University Integrated School (Manila)
Nurture: A Campaign About Animal Adoption In The Philippines Through Digital Illustrations, Julianne P. Chuah
DLSU Senior High School Research Congress
This paper focuses on animal adoption in the Philippines and how art can influence people to support this action. Animal adoption is not given much attention in the country, and certain stigmas are surrounding such topics. Additionally, some people prefer to choose the breed of their pet, so they would instead buy from a breeder or a pet store rather than adopting one. This causes shelters to overpopulate with animals, ultimately resulting in the euthanization of some animals. This research aims to normalize animal adoption through art—in the form of a campaign. The paper also connects utilitarianism to adoption in …
Hidden Connections, 2022 University of Mississippi
Hidden Connections, Yazmin Goulet
As a graphic designer pursuing degrees in both Art, from the College of Liberal Arts, and Integrated Marketing Communications, from the School of Journalism, the goal of the art that I create is for it to be seen by many and connect viewers to the messages that I am trying to get across through my work. Art is a form of visual communication, and as an artist, I am always looking at the world around me and seeing how art of all forms connects art to people.
Much how like art itself is used to connect people, for this thesis …
The North Mississippi Field Guide For Young Explorers, 2022 University of Mississippi
The North Mississippi Field Guide For Young Explorers, Olivia Wymore
The North Mississippi Field Guide for Young Explorers is an interactive field guide to some of North Mississippi’s wildlife designed for a younger audience, ages six to twelve. The creation of this field guide is a culmination of my inspirations and interests as a child and my involvement and passions as a student at the University of Mississippi. Multiple times during my college experience I have had the fortunate opportunity to work with the local Montessori school, Magnolia Montessori School, by volunteering for various events and leading educational activities. After working with this school and learning about their teaching methods …
Hesed: Redeemed Brokenness In A Multimedia Retelling Of The Biblical Story Of Ruth, 2022 Olivet Nazarene University
Hesed: Redeemed Brokenness In A Multimedia Retelling Of The Biblical Story Of Ruth, Elizabeth R. Kijowski
Through the powerful interaction between the visual arts and music, an ancient story of brokenness and redemption is retold. This thesis seeks to give greater insight into this multimedia retelling of the biblical book of Ruth. Scholarly sources were reviewed to deepen understanding, and works from professional visual artists and musicians were examined for this project to come together. The end product is this thesis as well as a body of art and a five-movement piece of music. This combination of visual art and music allows the relevance of the biblical book of Ruth to be seen in the transforming …
Ipseity Vol. 1: An Artful Exploration Of Identity Formation In Emerging Adulthood, 2022 University of Mississippi
Ipseity Vol. 1: An Artful Exploration Of Identity Formation In Emerging Adulthood, Lauren Alexis Taylor
Ipseity is a multi-edition coffee-table style book that integrates digital and print design and incorporates handmade elements and processes such as die-cuts, letterpress printing, gold foiling, hand-sewn bindings, and embroidery. Its design is rooted in minimalism, yet the handmade aspects, eye-catching color palette, and bold illustrations make reading Ipseity a visual and tactile experience. The design utilizes typography and flat-color illustrations in a consistent layout, with a strong emphasis on the handmade elements and craftsmanship throughout the book. It is not only a publication to read and ponder, but it is an artful object with a physical presence to be …
Khloris, 2022 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
Khloris, Isabella Chen '22
Heliotrope: IMSA's Arts & Literary Magazine
No abstract provided.
Culture In Disney Films: A Comparative Analysis Of Color, Composition And Rhythm, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Culture In Disney Films: A Comparative Analysis Of Color, Composition And Rhythm, Megan Paul
Interior Design Undergraduate Honors Theses
As a student of design, I take inspiration from everything around me. The media I consume, the places I visit, and the people I meet.By choice or not, I and my generation are subject to the various forms of pop culture, film is one of them. Film is one of few art forms which combines several methods and elements of design to produce a cohesive result, as opposed to a singular medium. This forms the connection to design thinking and is the foundation for the study.
Another critical component to pop culture is the ability to reach the masses. Due …
2d Character Design And Sculpting For Concept Development, 2022 East Tennessee State University
2d Character Design And Sculpting For Concept Development, Sidney Moore
Undergraduate Honors Theses
The focus of this thesis is on the transition from 2D character design to 3D model design, and how this transition affects the appeal, fluidity, and clarity of the 2D design. The source material for this project was an original screenplay entitled The Birds Work for Bea. Three characters from the material were selected for a process including ideation, research, 2D character and style exploration, 3D sculpting, and 3D printing and finishing. This project serves as a study in all aspects of the character concept development pipeline.
It's All Fun And—: A Rhetorical Analysis Of Space In The Pandemic., 2022 University of Louisville
It's All Fun And—: A Rhetorical Analysis Of Space In The Pandemic., Erica Von Proctor Lewis
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This exhibition and document explore spatial rhetoric during the pandemic, utilizing materiality and relational aesthetics to reflect on the different ways in which the public and private are made distinct from one another. In doing so, Lewis addresses new cultural navigations of shared spaces, both digital and corporeal, public and private. In addition, the artist also examines the faulty social and institutional systems that the pandemic brought to light, such as socioeconomic dynamics and voter suppression, while utilizing Kenneth Burke’s concept of the terministic screen. Games are a central theme throughout the exhibition, as they are often coded as “home” …
“Ang Kuwento Ng Araw At Buwan” (“The Story Of The Sun And Moon”): What It Means To Be Filipino-American., 2022 Union College - Schenectady, NY
“Ang Kuwento Ng Araw At Buwan” (“The Story Of The Sun And Moon”): What It Means To Be Filipino-American., Rochelle-Leah Barcelona Nuqui
As a Filipina American from Southern California, my cousins got to experience our Philippine culture through their college’s Filipino American Student Associations, while I had a hard time learning about our culture as I attend a school that has a low Asian American population and miniscule Filipino American population. Although the populations are small, my senior thesis has pushed me to learn about my ethnic identity through the arts and especially through the power of storytelling. This journey in learning the importance of authentic folklore untouched by the western influence has shown me as a Filipina American, that the original …
Operatic Mysticisms: Mountains, Deserts, Waterscapes, 2022 East Tennessee State University
Operatic Mysticisms: Mountains, Deserts, Waterscapes, Andrew Demczuk
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Operatic Mysticisms: Mountains, Deserts, Waterscapes examines the ways we encounter environments as readers/viewers of operas, literature, film, and sound recordings, and how each medium requires different detail-gathering techniques. Respective to the previously mentioned mediums, Sun & Sea (2017), Mount Analogue (1952), El Mar La Mar (2017), and Energy Field (2010) are analyzed by engaging with environmental media studies and invention. Reflecting the nature of each landscape—summits of mountains, aporias of deserts, and mysteries of waterscapes—an elemental approach is taken in investigating how these spaces may be noticed, internalized, recorded, and traversed by both the artist and viewer. …
Methods In Costume And Projection Design For Theatre, 2022 Utah State University
Methods In Costume And Projection Design For Theatre, Jessica Wallace
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
A report detailing multiple practices for theatre design in costumes and projection. It is focused on playscript analysis, the design process, and the final build of the design for production.
Functionally Intense Training (F.I.T.) Multimedia Rebranding Package, 2022 Bowling Green State University
Functionally Intense Training (F.I.T.) Multimedia Rebranding Package, Kaitlin Manger
Branding and social media outreach to customers is essential to small businesses that are looking to grow their business and attract new members. This paper covers the development and production of a multimedia rebranding package that was produced for the high-intensity, CrossFit-like gym in Wapakoneta, Ohio, owned and operated by Steve Knapke, Functionally Intense Training. This gym has been open since 2013 but has no consistent social media content or branding content for the business. This project includes the deliverables of 10 videos, 20 photos, 5 graphic design templates, a new logo, and new branding guidelines. Along with the final …
Laurier Biology Departmental Seminars Poster Colouring Book (Vol 1), 2022 Wilfrid Laurier University
Laurier Biology Departmental Seminars Poster Colouring Book (Vol 1), Tristan A.F. Long
Biology Faculty Publications
Departmental seminar posters are largely utilitarian affairs – who is talking?, when are they speaking?, where is the seminar? (and maybe will there will be refreshments served?). While functional, they often fail to capture the beauty and excitement of their subject matter, and may fail to engage a wider audience. As the organizer of the Wilfrid Laurier University Department of Biology seminar series in 2014, on a lark, I started drawing posters that tried to illustrate our speaker’s research in a non-conventional manner, and hopefully appeal to those that might otherwise find attending a departmental seminar intimidating. Little did I …
Threefold Cord Practice, 2022 Olivet Nazarene University
Threefold Cord Practice, K. Hope Mayo
TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present
No abstract provided.
The Ghosts Shed Tears, 2022 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Ghosts Shed Tears, Sarah Jentsch
Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design
Before I was taught what made us different, I thought my brother and I were the same. The only difference between a doe and a buck was the antlers. As I grew, I noticed differences—in the way people spoke to us, in what was expected of us, in the questions we were asked. In what our futures were supposed to look like. The difference between the doe and the buck was still the antlers, but those antlers made one a trophy and the other venison.
Many of my formative experiences I came to understand through animals. My family home, cradled …
Quilted Archives, 2022 Macalester College
Quilted Archives, Rebecca M. Gallandt
Art and Art History Honors Projects
Memory and identity are rooted in the experience of being in material spaces and the process of remembering is often prompted by associative places. Quilted Archives is a series of four collages that combine the mediums of printmaking and oil painting in the pursuit of exploring nostalgia. In each work I use brightly colored intaglio aquatint prints, sepia intaglio etchings, patterned linocut prints, and oil paint to embed memories of childhood play and pretend in the flora of the landscapes where each memory takes place. The flora is collaged in a colorful geometric style to reference quilting and is used …
Lcs 220 B: Creativity And The Arts Spring 2022, 2022 Bryant University
Lcs 220 B: Creativity And The Arts Spring 2022, Alyssa Alviti, Kellen Austermann, Ryan Bradley, Brittany Cavarra, Chase Chuckran, Evan Clark, Hannah Dreska, Olivia Emond, Ayman Fawaz, Stephen Grivers, Justin Hainse, Lucas Hogan, Dillon Keeney, Bradley Lewis, Marco Loccisano, Matthew Melnychuk, Michael Otty, Anthony Pisciotta, Jacqueline Raymond, Christopher Rota, Krista Soldano, Jordan Standford, Jillian Sylvia, Zachary Tamayo
Creativity is vital to achievement in many fields, from science, to business and the arts. This course will explore creativity both as a general process of engagement with the world around us and as an introduction to creative cultural expression in the Arts. It will engage students in thinking about creativity as an intrinsic part of their educational, personal and professional lives, as it engages them in creative practice and reflection upon creative process. As part of the class, students collaborated and created a zine.
To Remember You By, 2022 Western Washington University
To Remember You By, Tesla Kawakami
WWU Honors College Senior Projects
This project is an illustrated zine memoir of queer love, dating, and growing up, framed by what was left behind. I explored my dating history through illustration, writing and material objects. Each section was about a different person, and was structured through a cut paper illustration of the item that they left behind at my house. I used a variety of different illustration techniques including cut paper, collage, painting, and found materials.