Category Archives: Visual Communications

Demons

Demons are often described as evil spirits and are found in all kinds of media. In religions, such as Christianity, they are described as fallen angels that seek to wreak havoc.

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Pattern and Layering

For this painting, I used patterns and colors to create something that pops out to the eye. I mixed different shades and intensities of the same color to bring them forward or to set them back. Lines in the painting … Continue reading

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9 Lives on a T-shirt

                                                   11″x8.5″, Adobe Photoshop, 2015                   T-shirt, Lumi … Continue reading

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Structural Flow

                           Adobe Photoshop, 15″x20″, 2015 Flow is the way your eye moves as it examines a piece of art. For this poster, I attempted to create a flow … Continue reading

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Typology/Morphology

One of the first art works in the gallery that caught my eye was Huang Yan’s “Painted Currency,” specifically the ten dollar bill. I’ve seen much painted and defaced currency before, but they are often pop culture references. Never before … Continue reading

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Project 3

                                             Adobe Photoshop, 660×238 pixels, 2015 “Transparency is a fascinating and seductive principal.” “When used in a conscious and … Continue reading

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Spacial Translation with Shapes

                                                                                … Continue reading

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