Space flight

Oh man this was a bit of a process but i finally got it down flat thanks to the net art video made to create this net art but, i wish i can do a little more so i’m going to try and make more to get better at the process.  Starting in Photoshop i … Continue reading “Space flight”

Oh man this was a bit of a process but i finally got it down flat thanks to the net art video made to create this net art but, i wish i can do a little more so i’m going to try and make more to get better at the process.  Starting in Photoshop i was contemplating on what to do so then i thought outer space then i saw the tutorial and used google to find my images then did my erasing skills from the previous piece i made and the rest set in stone.

Queens is Phenomenal

Hillary i’m gonna be honest here… Congratulations i mean… what gives the right for Hillary Clinton to just insult Queens like that to jokingly say that all of queens is the residents of criminals which is screwed up in the first place and this isn’t the only time that queens is the butt of this … Continue reading “Queens is Phenomenal”

Hillary i’m gonna be honest here… Congratulations

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i mean… what gives the right for Hillary Clinton to just insult Queens like that to jokingly say that all of queens is the residents of criminals which is screwed up in the first place and this isn’t the only time that queens is the butt of this joke.  there are jokes like this one:

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This image was found on Micheal Branson Smith’s post and also come from the film “Escape from New York” which represents that queens is just a place of containment rather than a place to live or many starts for many famous celebrities here are only a few examples:

Nicki Minaj

The Trinidadian rapper, born Onika Maraj, frequently references

The Trinidadian rapper, born Onika Maraj, frequently references her “Southside Jamaica, Queens in this crazy” upbringing in her music. She is a Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts alum.

(Credit: Warner Bros. / Michael Rozman)

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon was born in Jackson Heights and

Susan Sarandon was born in Jackson Heights and was the oldest of nine siblings, according to the Village Voice. She went to grade school and high school in New Jersey, according to the article, but still considers herself a New Yorker. (Credit: Getty Images / Don Emmert)

Tony Bennett

Singer Tony Bennett (Anthony Dominick Benedetto) was born

Singer Tony Bennett (Anthony Dominick Benedetto) was born and raised in Astoria, Queens. He founded the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, which moved in 2009 from LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City to its current location in Astoria. (Credit: Getty Images / Dimitrios Kambouris)

so if hillary clinton or any person wants to make Queens the joke… they better start thinking twice before making them. still not convinced, well here is some more proof of the greatness that comes from Queens:

Rockaway Beach
Andrew Zimmer

Rockaway Beach

Rippers, Low Tide Bar, and the rest of the redone boardwalk. Wine bar and live music haunt Sayra’s. Russian-Uzbek-inspired Uma’s. I mean, c’mon.

Queens County Farm Museum
Queens County Farm Museum

Queens County Farm Museum

This is a place in Queens. This. Is. A. Place. In. Queens. The Queens County Farm in Little Neck, right on the Long Island border, has been around since 1697, and it’s one of the city’s most serene spots, complete with an orchard, freshly laid eggs, and house-made raw honey.

The Noguchi Museum
The Noguchi Museum

The Noguchi Museum

Acclaimed Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi designed a home for a bunch of his insane art in this open-air sculpture garden in the middle of industrial Long Island City. Basically, it’s way more zen than a yoga class.

if this won’t convince anyone that Queens ain’t a joke but is full of awesomeness then you all are (including Hillary Clinton) just a:

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#ReclaimQueens

 

i still need to get my site up!

hey there… so uh when it comes to this weeks work, i cant do much considering i don’t even have my own domain site which is pretty frusterationg as the link shown on WordPress installation is kinda useless at the moment cause of two reasons 1. i don’t have my own domain and 2. the … Continue reading “i still need to get my site up!”

hey there… so uh when it comes to this weeks work, i cant do much considering i don’t even have my own domain site which is pretty frusterationg as the link shown on WordPress installation is kinda useless at the moment cause of two reasons 1. i don’t have my own domain and 2. the tutorial video on youtube doesn’t even have a link in the description i can use so it leaves me stuck with nothing to do! and its got me like:

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My domain (coming soon)

today in class, was a huge opportunity put in front of us as we finally was going to get a domain name! which had me like: I was so excited to finally start but… turns out i would still wait a while more to get my own domain and as for what its name should … Continue reading “My domain (coming soon)”

today in class, was a huge opportunity put in front of us as we finally was going to get a domain name! which had me like:

I was so excited to finally start but… turns out i would still wait a while more to get my own domain and as for what its name should be i was thinking about “Keepingitstylish101” but that in my mind is not the real me so i have decided on my most noticeable trait to “Nevergiveup101”. The reason being that I’m not so stylish but when it comes to my attitude, Never giving up stands out the greatest.

Fair use Review

Today I’m reviewing an article on “fair use” called Andy Biao is kinda screwed and to be honest… I was shocked when I first saw this and realized that violating copyright laws can cause various situations that cannot be controlled such as paying large amounts of money for the violation and possibly losing your right … Continue reading “Fair use Review”

Today I’m reviewing an article on “fair use” called Andy Biao is kinda screwed and to be honest… I was shocked when I first saw this and realized that violating copyright laws can cause various situations that cannot be controlled such as paying large amounts of money for the violation and possibly losing your right to content creation which can diminish any chance of financially setting yourself and that is utterly nerve racking. Two things from the article that caught my eye while reading were these factors.

1.The purpose and character of your use: Was the material transformed into something new or copied verbatim? Also, was it for commercial or educational use?

4. The effect of the use upon the potential market

These two factors spoke to me because it perfectly represents the purpose of your art in a financial and market standpoint and deciding your own path on how to go about content creation. Fair use may be a hindrance to most content creators but that doesn’t mean to limit yourself from creation it just means to give credit to where credit is due.