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Art Of Darkness, Sarah Roper May 2020

Art Of Darkness, Sarah Roper

Honors Theses

This paper describes the process, production, and explanation of Art of Darkness, an artistic expression of the struggle with anxiety. All of the work is inspired by literature and art from the English Romantic and Victorian eras, and focuses on quotes about the mind, emotions, and other thought processes. As each piece highlights a different aspect of anxiety, it also portrays the struggles of anxiety through color palette, printing process, and symbolism. These printed pieces consist of letter-press printed materials, with ink-wiped backgrounds and hand-stitched details. Also included are large-scale prints with silkscreened foregrounds, a selection of bookmarks, a small ...


‘How Has Art Refocused Consumers’ Attention Within A Visual World Through The Exploration Of Package Design?’, Frances Hackney May 2020

‘How Has Art Refocused Consumers’ Attention Within A Visual World Through The Exploration Of Package Design?’, Frances Hackney

Honors Theses

The art of design has refocused the attention of consumers as they have entered into a visually demanding world. While this concept is complex and perplexing, stemming from endless influencing factors, the elements of design can be broken down into areas of focus to dissect the visual world of marketing. A simple way to communicate the influence of design on the consumers is to unveil the answers through the study of art.

In this thesis, the study will turn to the world of art to learn more about consumerism. The goal is to understand how visual images and the ongoing ...


Ladies, Jocelyn Edmondson May 2020

Ladies, Jocelyn Edmondson

Toyon Literary Magazine

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I Hear You Now, I See You Then, Quinn Hunter May 2020

I Hear You Now, I See You Then, Quinn Hunter

Art + Design Masters Theses

In the research driven project I Hear You Now, I See You Then, I refer to the contemporary and historical erasure of the labor of African American women using research gathered from the southern plantation economy to create an art installation. The objects in this installation are primarily made with artificial hair integrations and utilizing labor intensive methods that are similar to those used to install the hair on the Black body. The objects I make reference the luxury items in the domestic spaces of historic plantation sites that have been re-branded to be used in the wedding /tourism industry ...


An Exploration Of Procedural Methods For Motion Design, David Hamilton May 2020

An Exploration Of Procedural Methods For Motion Design, David Hamilton

Undergraduate Honors Theses

This research aims to apply procedural techniques, similar to those employed in node-based modeling or compositing software packages, to the motion design workflow in Adobe After Effects. The purpose is to increase efficiency in the motion design process between pre-production and production stages. Systems Theory is referenced as a basis for breaking down problems in terms of inputs and outputs. All of this takes place within the context of a larger motion design project.


Hyperreal Communication, Idil Tayhan May 2020

Hyperreal Communication, Idil Tayhan

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

”In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles.” -Guy Debord

Particularly in the contemporary era, image duplication and manipulation techniques have been advancing rapidly. These advancements are forming a new discourse around communication that is drastically different from its predecessors. For this reason, in the contemporary era, communication has become questionable in its truthfulness and sincerity. As a designer, I am concerned with the extreme commercialization and commodification of communication. My work looks to the situationist movement of the 60's, which sought to disrupt every cultural front in ...


Designing A School: Creating A Map For Pace University, Tanner Maple May 2020

Designing A School: Creating A Map For Pace University, Tanner Maple

Honors College Theses

The map of a university is an essential tool for students, not only for navigation but also to promote the campus. When the map is outdated, students don’t find it functional and it can not complete its purpose. With the map of Pace University’s downtown campus, a new design was needed to go with the renovations that are taking place. When redesigning the map, features that are seen amongst the most common maps should be considered in the design. One feature that most maps now have is some sort of interactivity. To include this, maps have an online ...


"Here In The Western World": A Comparison Between Japanese Manga In America And American Comics, Daniel Feathers Apr 2020

"Here In The Western World": A Comparison Between Japanese Manga In America And American Comics, Daniel Feathers

English Student Work

This project, “Here in the Western World: A Comparison between Japanese Manga in America and American comics”, examines the structural and compositional differences between Japanese Manga and American comics. Specifically, it focuses on the ways in which the two similar mediums split from each other in the early 60’s to become two distinct “genres” in the comic book world. The project examines the effects of the “localization” of Japanese manga to fit more “western” sensibilities regarding both art and content on the integrity of the work. Methodologically, it draws from a range of comic-book scholarship including Scott McCloud’s ...


Volume 12, Haleigh James, Hannah Meyls, Hope Irvin, Megan E. Hlavaty, Samara L. Gall, Austin J. Funk, Karyn Keane, Sarah Ghali, Antonio Harvey, Andrew Jones, Rachel Hazelwood, Madison Schmitz, Marija Venta, Haley Tebo, Jeremiah Gilmer, Bridget Dunn, Benjamin Sullivan, Mckenzie Johnson Apr 2020

Volume 12, Haleigh James, Hannah Meyls, Hope Irvin, Megan E. Hlavaty, Samara L. Gall, Austin J. Funk, Karyn Keane, Sarah Ghali, Antonio Harvey, Andrew Jones, Rachel Hazelwood, Madison Schmitz, Marija Venta, Haley Tebo, Jeremiah Gilmer, Bridget Dunn, Benjamin Sullivan, Mckenzie Johnson

Incite: The Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship

Introduction, Dr. Roger A. Byrne, Dean

From the Editor, Dr. Larissa "Kat" Tracy

From the Designers, Rachel English, Rachel Hanson

Immortality in the Mortal World: Otherworldly Intervention in "Lanval" and "The Wife of Bath's Tale" by Haleigh James

Analysis of Phenolic Compounds in Moroccan Olive Oils by HPLC by Hannah Meyls

Art by Hope Irvin

The Effects of Cell Phone Use on Gameplay Enjoyment and Frustration by Megan E. Hlavaty, Samara L. Gall, and Austin J. Funk

Care, No Matter What: Planned Parenthood's Use of Organizational Rhetoric to Expand its Reputation by Karyn Keane

Analysis of Petroleum Products ...


Simon Mcneil, A Bfa Pecha Kucha, Simon Mcneil Apr 2020

Simon Mcneil, A Bfa Pecha Kucha, Simon Mcneil

Scholars Week

An assigned Pecha Kucha of my BFA work while under the Covid 19 pandemic


Paulina Neuschwander's Portfolio, Paulina Neuschwander Apr 2020

Paulina Neuschwander's Portfolio, Paulina Neuschwander

Honors College Portfolios

This portfolio is a compilation of work I have completed throughout my journey to get my bachelor’s degree in Marketing with a minor in Digital Media Arts at Duquesne University. I love the way my minor complemented my major, in that I could combine my love of consumer behavior and research with my love of visual design and creativity. Now, I can not only complete market research, but I can also present my findings in a visually attractive way. That being said, through my time at Duquesne, I have learned to be more than just a “businesswoman.” I have ...


Design For Good, Aaron Roberts Apr 2020

Design For Good, Aaron Roberts

UCARE Research Products

According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there is a 70 percent rise in the number of overdose cases arriving at emergency departments in the Midwest (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin) since August 2016. The construction industry alone has attributed almost 1,000 deaths to opioid overdoses. This fast-moving epidemic is taking many Nebraska rural communities by surprise.

The goal of this project was to work directly with Professor Colleen Syron, the Communications Director for this project, for translation and dissemination for broader impacts.

This UCare ...


Meritpatch - Family Collaborative Activities, Jason Allan Crouch Apr 2020

Meritpatch - Family Collaborative Activities, Jason Allan Crouch

Masters Theses

There is no doubt that the modern family is very busy and disrupted by outside influences. Social trends and expectations have caused many families to become disconnected. There is research that points to overuse of technology as one culprit. Other research suggests that lack of spiritualism has negatively affected families. Regardless of the cause, it can be argued that the more disconnect within a family, the more likely it is for family members to experience negative social, emotional and/or health related issues as well as broken relationships. This study seeks to define family interactions and activities that support a ...


Mobile Application For Animal Health: A Design Research In User Interface, Sierra White Mar 2020

Mobile Application For Animal Health: A Design Research In User Interface, Sierra White

Georgia College Student Research Events

Apps function to increase productivity and allow the user to complete tasks conveniently from their mobile device. As a college student who has several pets, I have found that there is no good app on the market which caters to every pet parent’s needs, which forces them to download four or five apps. To combat this problem, FurPaws gives the user a way to document every aspect of their pet’s health and daily routine, as well as providing information on first aid and expert, real-time advice from veterinarians. The E-Vet page is available to guests who have not ...


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Eli Cobb, Eli Cobb Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Eli Cobb, Eli Cobb

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Anna Milner Guyton, Anna Milner Guyton Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Anna Milner Guyton, Anna Milner Guyton

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Savannah Meek, Savannah Meek Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Savannah Meek, Savannah Meek

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Ashlyn Brooks, Ashlyn Brooks Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Ashlyn Brooks, Ashlyn Brooks

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Lulu Hamissou, Lulu Hamissou Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Lulu Hamissou, Lulu Hamissou

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Shankar Dayal Dayalan, Shankar Dayal Dayalan Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Shankar Dayal Dayalan, Shankar Dayal Dayalan

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Ansley Mccullough, Ansley Mccullough Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Ansley Mccullough, Ansley Mccullough

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Hannah Jones, Hannah Jones Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Hannah Jones, Hannah Jones

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Brooklee Mason, Brooklee Mason Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Brooklee Mason, Brooklee Mason

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design (this design, by Brooklee Mason) was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Elyona Davis, Elyona Davis Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Elyona Davis, Elyona Davis

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Madison North, Madison North Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Madison North, Madison North

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Marvin Wills, Marvin Wills Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Marvin Wills, Marvin Wills

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Abby Deason, Abby Deason Feb 2020

Graphic Design, Symposium Printed Program Contest, Abby Deason, Abby Deason

JSU Student Symposium 2020

Art and Design students participated in a graphic design project contest. The winning design was used for the 2020 JSU Student Symposium printed program.


Heebie & Jeebie's Shortcut, Liz Husmann Jan 2020

Heebie & Jeebie's Shortcut, Liz Husmann

Zea E-Books

Heebie & Jeebie take a shortcut home because they played too long after (ghost) school. It's an exciting journey.


Acts Of Meaning, Resource Diagrams, And Essential Learning Behaviors: The Design Evolution Of Lost & Found, Owen Gottlieb, Ian Schreiber Jan 2020

Acts Of Meaning, Resource Diagrams, And Essential Learning Behaviors: The Design Evolution Of Lost & Found, Owen Gottlieb, Ian Schreiber

Articles

Lost & Found is a tabletop-to-mobile game series designed for teaching medieval religious legal systems. The long-term goals of the project are to change the discourse around religious laws, such as foregrounding the prosocial aspects of religious law such as collaboration, cooperation, and communal sustainability. This design case focuses on the evolution of the design of the mechanics and core systems in the first two tabletop games in the series, informed by over three and a half years’ worth of design notes, playable prototypes, outside design consultations, internal design reviews, playtests, and interviews.


Animation Practice, Talor Petitjean Jan 2020

Animation Practice, Talor Petitjean

Senior Art Portfolios

ARTIST STATEMENT

Currently my work consists of designing characters from the ground up and slowly turning them into a form of entertainment for people to watch. My work creates happiness, joy, and a new sense of escape from everyday life. From backgrounds to small details of a storyline, I hone in on the details of the characters personalities and their emotions to keep the story and characters consistent. I use Adobe products to create the colorful images that I present to the people, but I am not afraid to get hands on with any projects and work with pencils or ...