I’m applying for this internship with this fascinating company called GloWing Communications, and they specialize in helping organizations tell uplifting stories that nurture people’s souls. I was reading one of their articles and thought it might be worth sharing: click here.
It’s about a former NIKE sneaker customization designer trying to create a similar model for sunglasses. I felt it related to this class because as an art&design course and in talking about narratives, it’s interesting to assess how we tell narratives just in what we wear. The colors, designs, and background of where your clothes/accessories come from say a lot about who you are and where you’ve come from, which is fascinating. So when we create art or design something, we’re already building a narrative about the person that’ll be using it or what purpose it’ll be for.
The wonders never cease 🙂
There is a interesting group on Flickr where people post their photo narratives and other people evaluate.
I know this is a bit late but you should check it out! There are some funny stories 🙂
This week’s narrative project reminded me of Roy Lichtenstein’s work:
There’s more information on the Pop art movement here:
And this is the website to Roy Lichtenstein’s website:
A lesson on bike locking and a work of art
One Year in the Life of a Bike in NYC
I was looking around for some time lapse videos, and I found this one of Penn’s Time to Shine celebration. Thought you guys might enjoy!
Write what you’re bringing to tomorrow’s last day of class celebration in the google doc below!
Title explains it all. Guy takes a picture every day from 2000-2012. That’s dedication.