Category Archives: Thesis
Thesis Show: Key Portraits, a set on Flickr. Photos from the show installation, opening night and visiting critic talk with Dmitri Seigel.
My two years at MICA is quickly coming to an end. My thesis will go up at the end of this month. Lots of work has happened in the past year, some recent work from is below. My thesis is … Continue reading
Since we started our Interactive Class with Andres Zapata this Fall, a lot of changes have been happening on my thesis blog since my last post about it. Even more are to come soon. The next step is designing and … Continue reading
As part of our Thesis, we’re required to start a blog. I’ve set one up at akeythesis.com it’ll be used for documenting my ideas and research around the key, collaborating with my studio mates and keeping me on track.
I did some more design sprints last night. This one was inspired by a beautiful painting of pixelated roses. So did my own version with a key. I love all the different shades of brown and I could even use … Continue reading
After a day of writing and research for my thesis about keys I decided to do some design sprints with key imagery. I used a lot of my vector outlines of keys I had made earlier in the summer. I … Continue reading
The biggest draw of doing my thesis research on keys is that besides being rich in visual variety, the literature, history and vocabulary surrounding keys are just as robust. One of the more interesting things about Keys is that the … Continue reading
I love the transparency overlay, it’s always one of my favorite ways to use vector art. And, I’m just proud that I conquered the tracing of this key. I celebrate even the litte things! On to more tracing…
As I continue to dig up interesting articles, books and ideas to read about Keys, the internet has clearly been the easiest and most accessible tool for research. As I googled “What is a key” to try and find a … Continue reading