Monthly Archives: November 2015

Glitch Art (Tests)

••This work is an example of glitch art; moreover, experimentation of glitch art. There is no definite meaning to this image, but you could think of it as a message: endangered animals. The animal in the picture is a white … Continue reading

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“A City: Construed by Ying and Yang?”

»Intro: I am going to be doing cutout animation for the final project. I will be referencing and researching Berthold Bartosch. The prompt will be handled with pan shots of a city from a couple different views, while also having cutouts interact … Continue reading

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Endangered Animal – Fossa

This animal is known as the Fossa, otherwise known as Cryptoprocta Ferox. The Fossa are cat-like carnivorous animals with short fur, claws, and long tails, and are closely related to the Mongoose family. They inhabit, as far as we currently … Continue reading

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Glitch Art Report

The artist of choice for this project was Phillip Stearns. Stearns is a well renown glitch artist who resides in Brooklyn, New York, and is the creator of the “Year of the Glitch” project in which he creates and explores … Continue reading

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Journal #8

  This endangered animal is called the Fossa. These guys are from the island of Madagascar, the area of deforestation. The reason why these guys are endangered is due to humans cutting down their habitats, while also sometimes hunting and … Continue reading

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