Remember that bubble wrap wall? Here's an update on what happened. It was taken down because it was being popped and it eventually fell off the wall anyway. We continued our social experiment with a graffiti attack on our school's "pavilion."
It took 3 hours for us to paint ALL the bubble wrap (150 ft I believe?)
Our colors of choice.
On top of all this, a few other students working with us mounted an interactive speaker system on one of the walls (which I won't show just because, it isn't mine.) All in all, I believe we successfully revamped an otherwise unused space of the school and we'll see if it attracts much attention within the next few weeks!
Taking advantage of free time in this light term to read up on things i'm interested in that are actually irrelevant* to art and design.
*As in, it isn't an explicit topic of art or design, though I do not deny the obvious necessity of human factors in design research.
I hope I actually get through the whole thing, as I can barely manage to finish a novel within the span of 5 months. To self learning!
A man stopped me on my way home today and asked me where I thought i'd spend eternity. I told him I didn't know. He seemed to sort of freak out and proceeded to give me a pamphlet about Jesus. I understand his concern - I should have told him that when I die, I believe I will become a part of the Universe - stardust, particles of magic.