• 422

      Chen, Ming-Chia (2010)
      422 (pronounced "four two two"), is a prototype of a coffee shop which is named after Earth Day, April 22nd_ It is not just a coffee shop. 422 is a coffee shop with a theme: global warming. The concept of the coffee shop is to create a place for people to drink and discuss issues of global warming by providing inviting yet thought provoking ambience with graphics, videos, and eco-friendly furniture.
    • A creative interpretation of abstract painting

      Winenger, Dwight (2013-04-23)
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    • A study of color

      Brown, Bessie C. (2013-01-22)
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    • A survey of art needs in business

      Werneke, Richard A. (2013-02-25)
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    • A tentative art course of study for the senior high school

      Megenhardt, Dorothea T. (2012-08-20)
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    • An experiment in copper repousse of the stations of the cross

      Mesker, M. Winifrid, Sister, O.S.B. (2013-04-11)
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    • The Arboreal Me

      Prato, Rebecca (2012-04-11)
      A tree can be a metaphor for a cycle; in this respect it is also a metaphor for change, as a tree itself is in a constant state of metamorphosis whether or not it is visible to the naked eye. The tree is steady, always growing and changing in order to adapt and to survive in its surroundings. To the unobservant viewer it will seem as if nothing has occmTed, we see a tree only as its top layer. To the ones that truly look, however, there is always something new to see, which feeds into my philosophy that things are never what they seem on the surface. That is to say there is always more to what one looks at than what one actually sees
    • Art in the life of the secondary school pupil

      Weldele, Mary K. (Mary Kathryn) (2012-08-14)
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    • The Battle

      Gorcoff, Jason (2012-04-26)
      I grew up on popular culture: films, video games and comic books. The illustrations for movie posters and game cartridges were often very realistic as were the special effects in the various horror and science fiction films. I was inspired by their realism and dramatic subject matter. This is the visual language from my youth and also the language that I emulate in my work. The themes of my paintings are often personal and the ideas are not all that complicated. I tend to be drawn towards stories of good and evil or human conflict in general. With these images I hope to be able to express a simple dynamic of struggle and longing that exists in life. And above all else I try to create an image of physical beauty for the viewer .
    • Beach Buddies Community Engagement Design

      Fergie, Jennifer (2012-12)
      Ever since I could remember my summers began and ended at the beach. From the time I was a small child until now it has always been my place of solace. It is a place where I can let my thoughts, emotions, and creativity run free.
    • Beautiful Misery

      Boyer, Natalie (2008-04-01)
      Within moments of suffering, beauty emerges and manifests itself into forms that we do not fully recognize. We become willful, dependant, and most of all the accepting of our human frailty. I choose to present portraits that represent this idea of suffering as being human and unique. I do not seek to overwhelm my viewer with sadness and despair, but rather to open my viewer's eyes to what suffering may reveal. As a society, we are generally numb to the tragedy that may befall others. Some apply an invisible shield and a mask of glamour to conceal what they believe may resemble suffering and defeat. Our natural inclination is to present to each other an image of our own perfection, as stable and immortal beings. In reality, we analyze ourselves and recognize natures defeat every day when we look in the mirror, Great measure is taken to conceal any sign of aging, stress personal ailments, and the inevitable death. My models represent this struggle with life, yet without any concealment. Their troubles are laid before the viewers, as human as they may be.
    • Branding the International Street Food Association-Street Foods in Taipei/New York City

      Gu, Yi-Jiun (2012-08)
      Growing from the soil and soaking up the sunshine, food is the essence of nature. An ancient poem in my hometown points out that harvesting grain needs intense labor, so the best way for people to express their appreciation to workers is not to waste any food. Similarly, in the West, Jean-Francais Millet captured the female peasants bathed in golden light in his painting, The Gleaners, because he tried to praise peasants' plight and dignity
    • Direct Mail Marketing: SAMSUNG myPhone

      Baek, Sangjun (2012-04-26)
      In advertising, many industries currently have the same borrowed look that is often used over and over, creating a sea of"me too" advertising. As a designer, I am expected to explore many different approaches for one product. I have to create a new campaign for an existing product by developing posters, magazine/newspaper ads, direct mail and follow-up mailings. For my thesis, the campaign will be developed for a new Samsung cell phone, which I have named "myPhone." Part of the campaign is the positioning of the product and its name change, stressing that the phone is developed for the consumer. For my thesis project, I have created a direct marketing campaign.
    • Drowning

      Krueger, Jason (2015-08-20)
      Water is the first environment we experience. We inhabit a watery home for nine months in our mother's womb. Her body and ours consist largely of water. Water is what makes our lives and those of our fellow Earth dwellers possible.
    • The Elephant's Year

      Alharbi, Mohammed (2010)
      My faith of Islam and the Holy Qur'an guides my design creativity. I like to teach others about my faith, and I found 30 animation is a great way for that. The Holy Qur'an is full of lessons, wisdoms, scientific facts, advising historical stories, future predictions, social solutions, etc. The Holy Qur'an asks people to believe in God and the Prophet Mohammed. I chose a story from the Holy Qur'an that talks about the Holy Kaaba, which was the first religion place for God
    • The Environmental and Social Responsibilities of the Graphic Designer

      Phillips, Cynthia (2012-01)
      "Go Green", "Reduce-Reuse-Recycle" these are terms and slogans that we have been hearing for years. But what do they really mean? Are we as a society becoming numb to the true meaning of this concept? Although our culture has made adjustments to the way that we view our environment, is it really enough? Society as a whole may be making attempts to be more environmentally active, however, most consumers have only considered what they are purchasing, not the amount they are purchasing. We are called consumers because that is what we do- consume, a lot. But what if what we continued to consume was actually good for the earth as well as the economy?