Over spring break I took a trip to Baltimore, MD, to go to the National Aquarium. I took photos of almost all of the tanks and learned that there will soon be a new exhibit! The employee who told me a new exhibit was being built said there none of the staff knew much about itContinue reading “Highlights from the National Aquarium”
Last week I attended the Philadelphia Flower Show, the theme of which was Articulture. The large pieces are all influenced by famous works of art. You can see all of the photos on my flickr.
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According to Chris Solarski’s article, details how all 3d shapes within a game–whether they are figures, environment, or props–begin as one of three basic shapes: circles, squares, or triangles. Each of these shapes are associated with an aesthetic concept: Circle: innocence, youth, energy, feminity Square: maturity, stability, balance, stubbornness Triangle: aggression, masculinity, force. According to Solarski,Continue reading “Circles, Squares, and Triangles… Oh, my…”