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“Primer” (2004) Analysis

The 2004 movie, “Primer” was made with a rather small budget yet features a very interesting narrative and structure through which this narrative is addressed. As in most films and movies, montage is ever present in “Primer.” There is a … Continue reading

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Montage Research

Montage is often used in film to convey an action or series of actions in a way to create a certain feeling within the viewer. Some of the most common types of montage are metric montage, rhythmic montage, intellectual montage, … Continue reading

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Glitch .gif (Ideals in Advertisement)

In today’s society, advertisement plays a large part in out everyday life. However, for the most part, “ideal” males and females are used to try and sell us products. However, most people do not look like these “ideal” models. In … Continue reading

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Ecology .gif

In creating a gif, I chose to try and represent a personal belief of mine about the environment. By current estimates, human have been on Earth for about 200,000 years. 200,000 years of us polluting the earth and yet, most … Continue reading

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Rosa Menkman Research

Glitch art is a conceptual way to envision art not as only something of beauty, but as something of substance. Rosa Menkman is a Dutch artist who works using glitch in both analogue and digital formats. In her work, Rosa … Continue reading

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Suprematist Movie Poster (The Hobbit)

The Hobbit PDF In creating a movie poster for an existing movie made in the suprematist art style, I chose a fairly recent movie, The Hobbit. I chose to represent the characters using triangle sitting on their base, symbolizing masculinity. The smallest … Continue reading

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Helvetica

Typefaces were born out of a need for communication, a need for things to be read clearly and distinctly. By the 1950s, typefaces had lost that eligibility in preference for expressive writing that evokes a specific feeling. Created by Max … Continue reading

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