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  1. @dannpannn

    Final Process Blog

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    2 hours- Brainstorm/Plan I started off this assignment by first brainstorming. I have been wanting to incorporate Tiny Planets into an artistic piece for a long time. To make the piece more complex, I was thinking about putting the tiny planets into snow-globes or pretending to juggle them or pretending they are cereal on a […]
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    Chris Milk

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    Milk’s work felt the most modern out of all the artists researched thus far. From the second I saw his website I knew I was going to enjoy his work because he has a really cool aesthetic. Depending on his medium, I feel different ways when viewing his art. His still images give off a […]
  3. @dannpannn

    Wafaa Bilal

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    I liked Bilal’s work because at first glance, the topics he centered his art around seem very dark, tense, and political. From videos on some of his installations, I really enjoyed his personality and how authentic he is with his work. Looking at his various live performances & installations, i noticed that his art evicts […]
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    RAFAEL LOZANO HEMMER

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    I enjoyed his work because I have actually had the chance to see it in person. I saw his work when it was displayed at the NC museum of art. His art makes me feel included/ submerged. I like that when I see his work, I feel like I am in an environment. His works […]
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    Maria Chavez

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    Maria Chavez’s art to me was different than the art I usually enjoy. I felt like she had such a wide variety of ideas/ productions that I couldn’t really tell whether or not I liked her. Her auditory art made me feel whatever she intended me to feel. Whether that be transforming rain into raindrops […]
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    Tekashi Murata

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    I enjoyed Tekashi Murata’s work because it combines realism with surrealism. His pieces all looked realistic enough to be real elements but upon closer look the fine details were left out. I think that this is a very unique perspective on creating art because it gives it almost a cartoonish-vibe. His artwork makes me feel […]
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    Christian Marclay

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    Christian Marclay’s art is very impressive to me because of his attention to detail. Out of all of the artists we have researched so far his is my favorite. I especially like how to incorporated items such as string into some of his works. When i view his art, it makes me feel like i […]
  8. @dannpannn

    Color Correction (Adobe Lightroom)

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    This image is a photo of my friends eye. I like taking pictures of eyes because they naturally compose very well because they are a proportionate shape. This eye in particular was very colorful. I had a different edit of this eye but the one you see was my attempt to make the image look […]
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    Rashaad Newsome

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    Rashaad Newsomes work is very diverse. On his website, he not only displays his physical art, but his digital video art as well. I liked the art in his art gallery better than most of his video work. To me, the pieces in his studio generated curiosity and awe because of how he is able […]
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    David McLeod

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    David McLeod’s art felt very real to me. His clientele was very impressive ranging from IBM to Nike. His art was very admirable and interesting to me. I really enjoyed that his art was complex …
  11. @dannpannn

    Robert Beatty

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    My initial reaction to Robert Beatty’s work as a whole is that he seems like he is a very diverse artist. On his website there were names such as Kesha next to NY Times pieces …
  12. @dannpannn

    My Aesthetic

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    I like this guys aesthetic because the teeters the fine line between Photoshop and reality. He is a master at compositing photos to make an alternate, better looking, reality. https://www.youtube.com/user/koldstudios Sam Kolder is my favorite …

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