Visual Communication first project: combining two contrasting objects together. I made a mini series based on the theme ‘Adulthood vs Childhood’. or maybe I should call it “clash of different intoxicating things ” I love this multi-themed creation.
Queer Pratt (the LGBTQ student group of Pratt Institute) is hosting our spring Drag Race on April 14, 2017! Competitors are all Pratt students, encouraged to blur and go beyond gender constraints. There will be special performances and judging by Aja the Kween!!! Limited space at venue.
Art by me (Joy Yang)
@ Pratt students! Check out our instagram for prizes & sign up information.
My school’s 24 hour animation contest happened this weekend! I worked with my pal Tarynn Ortiz who is so talented and such a pleasure to work with. The theme we had to play on was “bread” if you couldn’t tell.
The Fabric Merchant’s Son is a 7 layer silkscreen print that ended me. Please zoom in for details. The children’s book (that I’ll finish over the summer) is about a boy (Purl), his mother, and two goats as they travel through the mountains.
Silkscreen is a very labor intensive process involving calluses and arm workouts! This took 15 hours of manual labor (after the initial 13 hours of drawing). Below the cut for original digital piece
my top 2 choices of college right now is either pratt or the new school (lang), i’m majoring in art history but can anyone tell me anything abt either??? rn im definately going to one or the other so anything helps!!?
if theres any people considering attending pratt institute that have any questions feel free to message me w anything at all, I know last year I wish I had someone to answer all my questions so don’t hesitate to ask !!