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The Gallery: Past class assignments, and some personal work,. for the viewing of such work the gallery was made. First for paintings of renowned artists now to show off anything done visually. Nothing really special in its self, but from what the Viewer takes form it.

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Backgraound Audrey Hepburn (born Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 4 May 1929 –

20 January 1993) was a British actress and humanitarian. Although modest about her acting ability, Hepburn remains one of the world’s most famous actresses of all time, remembered as a film and fashion icon of the twentieth century. Redefining glamour with “elfin” features[1] and a gamine waif-like figure that inspired designs by Hubert de Givenchy, she was inducted in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, and ranked, by the American Film Institute, as the third greatest female screen legend in the history of American cinema.

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to have and graceful black and white image of type of the quotes of her life in Sabrina type face

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she live through world war II, failed to become a Professional ballet dancer, and tried odeling before she was offered a part for Broadway show Gigi. She got her big break in film in Romen Holiday, which led on to Sabrian, my fair lady and breafast at Tiffinies.

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Backgraound Audrey Hepburn (born Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 4 May 1929 –20 January 1993) was a British actress and humanitarian. Althoughmodest about her acting ability, Hepburn remains oneof the world’s most famous actresses of all time, rememberedas a film and fashion icon of the twentieth century. Redefiningglamour with “elfin” features and a gamine waif-like figurethat inspired designs by Hubert de Givenchy, she was inductedin the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, andranked, by the American Film Institute, as the third greatestfemale screen legend in the history of American cinema.

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Audrey Hepburn fans Objectives to have and graceful black and white image of type of thequotes of her life in Sabrina type face

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A new graphic design style emerged in Switzerland in the 1950s that would become the predominant graphic style in the world. Images and sans serif typefaces were organized by geometrical grids, and became the classic emblems of graphic design. How “the Swiss Style” design remains an indispensable part of today’s graphic language, Mr. Weingart will talk more about it.

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Wolfgang Weingart, one of the world’s leading figures in the area of graphic design, will visit the University of Washington and give a free public lecture about “Swiss Style”.

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Weingart has taught typography at the Basel School of Design in Switzerland since 1968. He has lectured and taught extensively in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. His experimental work in typography has influenced the course of design history in the latter decades of the 20th century.

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High school My high school Career was a little strange compared to most since most students graduate in classes over a hundred students

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2006 - 2008 Moscow High School To provide the best education possible to prepare students for the complexities of adult life by creating a community of knowledgeable students who respect themselves and others and who accept responsibility for their actions in the world and community in which they live.

about three hundred students in my class then moved to Craigmont and that changed immediately, My junior year there was only twenty kid in my class then when it was actually time to graduates all that was left was eight graduates and one foreign exchange student. I only stayed out of school for about a month until I went to the Art institute of Seattle.

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Collage 2010 - Present The Art Institute of Seattle The mission of The Art Institute of Seattle is to provide careerdriven, professional education programs. Degree programs prepare students to begin careers in design, fashion, media, and culinary fields by focusing on the demands of professional practice. They incorporate curriculum in both core technical disciplines and liberal arts. The college is dedicated to holistic student development and providing a positive and supportive learning community. The college fosters a campus culture of involvement and service with its constituencies including its faculty, staff, students, and alumni, as well as the local arts, business, and academic communities.

I strongly suggest the Art Institute to anyone who is interested in commercial arts and do not want to go to a normal four year collage. I have Enjoyed my time as a student of the Art Institute of Seattle. I am Learning the skills that I will need for my future career in Graphic Design.


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Manga, Anime, And More Is That a Poem? The case for E.E. Cummings. By Billy Collins

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Cosanga In 1957, on television’s night beat, mike wallace asked william carlos williams if he thought that e.E. Cummings’ poem “(im)c-a-t(mo) / b,i;l: e” was really a poem. Williams said no. Maybe the question was too blunt; maybe the poet considered this print ideogram of a motionless cat too juvenile. But if william carlos williams, himself a leading experimental poet of the time, was not able to recognize that outburst of phonemes and punctuation marks as poetry, what hope was there for the average readers of the time “mostpeople,” as cummings liked to call them not to mention all the folks residing in televisionland? Over the course of a 45year career, cummings wrote many traditional poems, at least poems that would look like poems if viewed at arm’s length. He could be childlike, bitterly satiric, as well as political. Many of his poems, especially the sillier ones, feature comical end rhyme. The sonnet was such a favorite form of his that examples were included in every one of his collections. But

it was his typographical high jinks that appealed to his fans and appalled his detractors and secured his broader reputation.

In the long revolt against inherited forms that has by now become the narrative of 20thcentury poetry in english, no poet was more flamboyant or more recognizable in his iconoclasm than cummings. By erasing the sacred left margin, breaking down words into syllables and letters, employing eccentric punctuation, and indulging in all kinds of printbased shenanigans, cummings brought into question some of our basic assumptions about poetry, grammar, sign, and language itself, and he also succeeded in giving many a typesetter a headache. Like pound, who never wrote an obedient line, cummings reveled in breaking the rules of grammar, punctuation, orthography, and lineation. Measured by sheer boldness of experiment, no american poet compares to him, for he slipped houdini-like out of the locked box of the stanza, then leaped from the platform of the poetic line into an unheard-of way of writing poetry. That said, determining cummings’ influence and his present stature in the poetry world calls for a more measured view. Some honor cummings as the granddaddy of all american innovators in poetry and ascribe to him a diverse progeny that includes virtually any poet who considers the page a field

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EXTRA-CURRICULAR

Mail delivery and other office work

Graphic Design Club- the Art Institute of Seattle

Cleaning and farm experience

Pep Band- first semester of Senior year in High School

Store retail

Art Club- all throughout High School, Junior year I was

Experience doing physical labor

president, Senior year I was vice president.

Stocked shelves

U of I Judo Club- 2nd place in three tournaments, the

Customer service

tournaments were in Washington, Oregon, Montana

Helping blind senior citizens

during the 8th grade.


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e Girls Camp- no electricity, phones, plumbing, for a

Print out color files for students

week each summer for five years starting at the age

Print ID cards and key cards

of 12, we learned how to cook on an open fire, how to

Answer Tech questions

light the fire with a battery, matches, etc. we learned how to canoe over long distances, hike, set up camp,

Highland high School- Craigmont, ID

and safety measures , like CPR.

Office aid

Swimming Lesson- in 1994 I started swim lessons

September 2008- May 2010

when I was three years old and stayed with lessons

Achievements

until I was in the 7th grade in the year 2004.

Answered phones and performed office duties for main

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

office staff

Print and Tech office at the art institute of Seattle

Set appointments for school principal

Print and Tech personal

Sorted and delivered mail to campus employees

May 2011- now

Delivered administrative notes to teachers and

Achievments

students


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e Orphan Acres- Viola ID

Cleaning stalls

Animal Care

Training/exercising horses

2005-2007

Building/repairing fences

Achievements

Caring for tack and other equipment

Volunteer

Haying (in summer)

Worked caring, feeding and helped with the care of

Helping tend sick or injured animals

neglected/abused horses

Construction projects

Fed, watered and groomed horses, helped hold them

Public relations

with medical and foot care Built ditches to improve drainage

Rummage sale at Beasley coliseum for St. Marks

Worked weekends during school year and full time

Assistant of the blind senior organizer

during the summer over 100 hours a month

2006-2007

Over seer of other volunteers

Achievements

Feeding animals

Sorted donations in to categorizes of men’s cloths,


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e woman’s cloths, kitchenware, infants, jewelry, spots

Planning and organizing merchandise and cash

equipment, cleaning, animal stuff, art and crafts,

register accounts

bedding, and luggage

Customer service

I helped organize the kitchenware department and the

Cash register

bedding department

Stocked shelves

I helped the blind lady with folding sheets and pricing

Sorted new merchandise for store

the different sizes of sheets

displays and sales

I helped the customers find what they were looking for

EDUCATION Highland High School, Craigmont, ID- Graduated May

Attics Etcetera: Second Hand Store- Moscow, ID Retail –Vice President 2004-2006 Achievements Communicating with customers

2010 The Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle, WA- estimated graduation 2013 Working to obtain a Bachelors of Graphic Design

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