Graphite and Digital
I was trying to discuss the way people see things by exchanging the positions they usually have, Eastern versus Western, modern versus historical. I was also trying to bring some sense of humor to a serious topic. In this piece, for example, a samurai is checking out the lives of modern people instead of us checking out the samurais.
So this is cool: I’m doing a collection of maps for my senior project class at MCAD! I’m going to be illustrating a bunch of cities, and then hopefully compiling them into a calendar before my graduation in the Fall. I guess you can call this a huge year long project, something I’ve never done before but am super stoked to continue! It’s gonna keep me on my toes for sure.
We can’t wait!!
the return of the rise of the donut
but with a twist
New hand type!
There are lots of books out there about the psychology behind fandom, and WHY people join fandoms, but never have I seen a guidebook about HOW to behave when you’re new to the fandom scene.
Well, I’m about to change all that, friends. I’m writing and designing the very book that is missing from the world, and that book is called Fan!Tastic.
Fan!Tastic takes an objective approach to fandom, touching only on terms and rules as they apply to the general fandom structure. As such, it will be just as useful to people joining the Avengers fandom as it will be to people joining the My Little Pony fandom. Readers will gain a basic knowledge of fanspeak and posting etiquette, to make learning the nuances of their respective fandoms much less daunting.
Fan!Tastic will be available for free to read online in just a matter of months. Watch this space for updates.
Excited to see how it turns out Molly!
This is both amazing and frustrating to look at.
Thanks everyone who came to the Made@MCAD show last Friday! It was a really diverse show and great to see everyone’s work! The show will be on view from Mar7-Apr.13 at Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Stop by if you can! :)