Photos of Keys

Here are some photos of keys, I tried to find different types of keys. As I was looking, I found that there are a lot of different keys out there, I am sure there are more than what I have here, I just have to think of the different kinds there are.

 

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Photos of Keys

High Hopes III

High Hopes Logo 3-1

 

After the last design I made the entire umbrella red then added the stars on the umbrella. I played with how many stars and the placement of the stars but felt that keeping the same placement of the stars as they are on the Chinese flag. I feel it is a good logo for the Revolution.

Many liked it and said I did a good job, but feel like there could be more done.

High Hopes III

High Hopes II

High Hopes Logo2-1

After all the feedback from the last design I looked into the Chinese flag, which has a large star with four smaller star around it on the right side. To try an make it look for related to China I had the umbrella as the larger star and added the smaller stars, I also added the two colors on the Chinese flag.

The feedback for this design was that the stars and the umbrella felt to separated so maybe put the stars on the umbrella. Also the colors are nice, really represent China.

High Hopes II

High Hopes

High Hopes Logo

 

This is the first design I presented to the class, I have the umbrella with triangles pointing outward to make it look like a sun or flower because the Hong Kong flag has a flower on it that is similar to my design. The feedback I got for this design was that people did not see Hong Kong or China, they did not really see the umbrella until I said it was an umbrella, also they did not understand why I made it look like a sun and it did not really connect with my words “high” “hopes”.

High Hopes

High Hopes (Roughs)

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These are the roughs to my High Hopes project, I tried to focus on the Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong China. Many of my roughs did not really show “high hopes” or that it related to China, so then I tried to incorporate the Hong Kong flag as well as add objects that point up to represent “high”.

High Hopes (Roughs)

VICE: ROSTARR

http://www.vice.com/art-talk/rostarr-art-talk

 

I watched ROSTARR on VICE and what I thought about it was I really like how for him every stroke means something, it tells a story from the artist who made it. ROSTARR’s work made my eyes move around and look at all the negative and positive spaces, it really did have some energy within itself.

My favorite part about the video is watching him paint on the walls, see how he is taking his time and not really having too much of a structure to how he was painting the walls, just kind of having a feel for it. Then it turns out that he was painting the walls to put at his art show to display his real art works, I felt it was very different then just having plain white or black walls at an art show, it gave the room so much more energy.

VICE: ROSTARR

The Color Red

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The color red has many meanings from many different cultures, after some research I have made some list of meaning separated by positive, negative and other meanings.

 

Positive Meaning
  • action
  • energy
  • attention-getting
  • confident
  • exciting
  • powerful
  • passionate
  • strong
  • love
  • Valentine’s day
Negative Meaning
  • aggressive
  • tiring
  • angry
  • ruthless
  • fearful
  • rebellious
  • violent
  • brutal
  • war
  • danger
  • blood
Other Meaning
  • stop
  • good luck and happiness in Asia
  • used in marriage in parts of Asia
  • Communism in Russia
The Color Red

Augusta Ada King

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Augusta Ada King (10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852) was from London, England. She lived during the Victorian Era. I found it very interesting that many people today call her the world’s first computer programmer because she created the mathematical algorithm that helped start the computer.

Augusta Ada King