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FEREBEE LANE + CO

Spending this week freelancing at Ferebee Lane here in Greenville. It’s quite an adjustment jumping into the middle of many ongoing projects, but I’m gaining a lot of experience and insight into what goes on in a professional environment. This is my first time even being in an agency-specific environment so getting to work on anything at all is exciting. Can’t wait to see what happens after this week!

CHAPTER 22

I’ve decided to host my new year-long photojournal on my Flickr, entitled Chapter 22. Follow along if you’d like!

newmanhaley:

Anderson University Library @ 6:00.Anderson Arts Center @ 7:30.
Stop acting like you have anything better to do on a Friday night.

newmanhaley:

Anderson University Library @ 6:00.
Anderson Arts Center @ 7:30.

Stop acting like you have anything better to do on a Friday night.


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Tools.

Tools.

THE MAKERS

The Makers is a photo project by Jennifer Causey that highlights handmade products made by some of New York’s locals. The project not only highlights the products themselves, but the people behind them, what inspires them, and what they think of the city where they live and work. Really nice photos, check them out.

REDUX

Check out Anderson University’s first Senior Showcase of Visual Art, Redux! We took on the challenge of creating this publication from scratch at the beginning of the semester and were able to create something really beautiful to show off our talented designers and artists. Huge thanks to the rest of the team for all your hard work on this!

ALVIN DIEC

Alvin Diec is a graphic designer living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. One of my favorite works by him is his branding for Birmingham’s A Bryan Photo. It touches very much on the charm and craft of analog photography, and every aspect of the brand reflects that. Check it out along with his other work. Nothing but goodness. 

Also, I was sold as soon as I saw his National reference on his ‘About’ page.

LIFE WITHOUT BEAUTY SCHOOL?

It took some fence-climbing and bobbing and weaving, but I got inside of an abandoned beauty school today. I’ve passed it so many times but I was determined to check it out today. There wasn’t much to see on the lower level, and I couldn’t stay inside very long due to the overwhelming smell of perm fluid. Got a few good ones regardless. 

**Viewer discretion advised, there are mannequin heads.

OVI TEASER TRAILER SERIES

outliersiceland:

We’re hard at work on the film, and are excited to share these teaser trailers featuring the beautifully emotive ‘The Wind Sings’ by soundtrack contributor Goldmund. Enjoy, share, and stay tuned for more previews of the project.
 

Teaser [1 of 3] - View large on Vimeo
 


Teaser [2 of 3] - View large on Vimeo

 

Teaser [3 of 3] - View large on Vimeo


Outliers Shop >


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REGIFT

Many of us live our lives based on expectations rather than reality. Our minds set standards for the outcomes of different situations and we expect them to be met. Take it a step further and add deeply-seeded, and possibly unrealized, pride to the equation. Finally, top it off with unexpected disappointment when those standards aren’t met and what do you get?

A painfully humbling situation. 

When all you know is success it’s hard to accept anything less in any part of your life. And when you come to the paramount moment of displaying and explaining your talents and accomplishments, the expectation of success and praise is unparalleled. Unexpectedbly, you begin to nose dive from the clouds of expectation into reality’s hard and unforgiving ground. You slowly get up, spit some grass out of your mouth, and after wiping the dirt from your eyes you can clearly see the truth behind your success. 

This ability to think and create doesn’t belong to us. As creatives, we are a manifestation of the power of creation; a power which should not be misrepresented. Creativity itself is a process of regifting; a talent never solely originating from within ourselves. Every time we gift the world with a visual response, it’s important to remain humble in our abilities and cite the true source of our creative knowledge.

We are tools for use by the original creator.

"And you want to travel with her.
And you want to travel blind.
And you know she will trust you.
For you’ve touched her perfect body with your mind."

~ Leonard Cohen - Suzanne
iamnomes:

So, if you’re in Anderson next Monday…

iamnomes:

So, if you’re in Anderson next Monday…


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auvisualarts:

Make sure to come out to Seven, AUVA’s first public exhibition of photography. The show will open downstairs at the Anderson Arts Center on April 27 at 7:30. This is the same night as the Senior Show reception so it’s a huge night for our students!

auvisualarts:

Make sure to come out to Seven, AUVA’s first public exhibition of photography. The show will open downstairs at the Anderson Arts Center on April 27 at 7:30. This is the same night as the Senior Show reception so it’s a huge night for our students!


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auvisualarts:

Click through to visit the official Senior Art Show website.

auvisualarts:

Click through to visit the official Senior Art Show website.


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SENIOR ART SHOW

auvisualarts:

Another year in the Art Department is coming to a close. Although it marks the closing of a chapter for many of our talented students, it’s a time of celebration and recognition for all their work and accomplishments during their time at AU. Please join us on April 27 from 6-9 for the Senior Art Show reception. The reception will begin in the Vandiver Gallery from 6-7:30, then we will move downtown from at 7:30 for the remainder of the show at the Anderson Arts Center. We’d like to thank Haley Newman, Taylor Cash, and Andres Sanchez for putting together the promotional materials for this year’s show. Please visit the website for a sneak peek at some of the work that will be exhibited in the show and the artists and designers who are participating. 

Also at the Arts Center, at the same time, is our Seven photography exhibition which features work of some our graduating designers and artists. That show is downstairs on the first floor of the Arts Center, so be sure to take a look and congratulate those students on their first public photo show. 

This is a huge night for AUVA students and we’d love to have as many in attendance and support as possible.


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