Monthly Archives: November 2014
The non-profit chosen for us to work with was the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA), which advocates for better bike roads in the city. I decided to focus on how Washington is a great city for bike tourism, with the … Continue reading
Kerry James Marshall is an African-American artist with works that focus on African-American history and culture. His painting “SOB, SOB” was painted on fiberglass with acrylic paint in 2003. This painting reflects the artist’s experience with the civil rights … Continue reading
Empty parks are always dark images in my opinion and the elderly man with the dog on the corder of the image gives it a storyline of loneliness.
http://www.vodka-beluga.com The website for Beluga Vodka is based on a 1920s setting. The first page alludes to a Gatsby inspired geometrical arrangements, which produce the shape of a bottle, and gold color schemes. The corners of the first page are … Continue reading
The Coke Life commercial for Argentina shows the lives of young parents and how everything changes once you have a child. Nonetheless, even when things are not easy they can be fun and pleasurable—at least when there is coke involved. … Continue reading
Photo taken at Whole Foods.