Tag Archives: MICA GD MFA
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
The whole MICA Graphic Design MFA program + 2 undergrads are going to up NY next weekend to do the Visualizing.org Marathon. It’s a 24-hour design challenge where small teams take a raw data set about a world-problem and create … 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’ve got a little less than two weeks before the end of my summer and beginning of my Thesis year at the MICA Graphic Design MFA program. I have been especially reflective this week as it’s been a whole year … Continue reading
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
I’ve updated my portfolio site with a bunch of stuff I’ve done over the past year at MICA. There’s a book cover, posters and even a little logo work. Go check it out! annmaryliu.com
In the process that Stephen Farrell had laid out, my mindmapping excercise I did yesterday lead to an interesting discovery—exploring the gestures of a key. A nice direction that I hadn’t even considered. Next steps from here is to write … Continue reading
Spent all of yesterday installing my two pieces and taking pictures at the Maryland Art Place. I’m really happy with the way my silkscreen on the black paper turned out. Click here or on the photos to see all the … Continue reading
Our Textuality Assignment includes harvesting statistical data from any book on Amazon. My book is The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and I’m visualizing the “SIPS” and “CAPS” or Statistically Improbable Phrases and Capitalized Phrases. I thought the SIPS and CAPS … Continue reading
I still can’t believe this is our studio. Took this yesterday afternoon. The fall afternoon streams into our studio so nicely. Click here or on the photo to see more studio and school shots on Flickr.