PLUR makes chaos mello

Chaotic There’s something so amazing about concerts. Everyone has the enthusiasm of someone at a sporting event (or more), and you’re all there supporting the same person. I went to see marshmello last night, and it was such an energetic show. I spent the past two days making the helmets, and they were a hit. I…

sweet, sour and a little salty

Tart I could be describing orange chicken, but I think that’s one of the grossest dishes on the face of the earth. Instead, I’m talking about Taylor Swift. She’s been out of the spotlight for the most part, and I commend her for that. After years of incessant touring (but please come back to Atlanta…

too confident?

    Lofty I can’t seem to muster up the optimism from the last post since the election. Instead of words from me, I present the works that I would inevitably have referred to. When I finish my newspaper column on my post-election thoughts, I’ll make a new post for it or include it here. Also,…

rock the vote

Second Thoughts So I voted on Friday, racing against the clock to make the 7PM cutoff time, and it’s really just helped me ease my fears. I know my one vote is hardly one to make a difference, but I’ve been slowly learning for years the importance of voting. While I’m an ardent supporter of one,…

homebase

Base This picture had me thinking about home a lot. Yes, because the player’s standing on home base, but also how this was one of my last photo assignments for my school paper (I’m now the editor), and how much time I’ve spent at school. Everything is coming in waves and I’m just glad to have…

command-c

Copycat Of the 8 or so pieces I made for a “design principles” assignment in my AP Photo class, this has been the most successful. I’m honestly surprised, because it was so inspired by Flume’s album cover, but people loved the simplicity and symmetry of it. I scanned an image from a Sotheby’s catalogue, cropped it so…