Old Phone, New Art

Before: After: This is the final composition image of a project that I had to do for my Hacking & Building class. The objective was to disassemble an old electronic and make it into a piece of art that is … Continue reading

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This is the final composition image of a project that I had to do for my Hacking & Building class. The objective was to disassemble an old electronic and make it into a piece of art that is essentially aesthetically pleasing to the eye, while also taking into account symmetry and order. This was so much fun to do and also very stressful to execute. I must have spent about 3 hours alone just rearranging the order of the pieces so that it can look appealing like the image above.

Even if you don’t have this class, I strongly recommend doing this if you’re ever bored or just feel like being creative and pushing yourself artistically.

The Digital FootPrint

A student or a faulty member would have his/her domain name to display his work (portfolio) or college interest. I think why people use a domain name is, because it represents who the person is and crafts a public, digital identity. In “domains of one own” Jim states that a domain name is a core that represents a piece of technology that should be used by students and faculty. I’ve already came up with a name it think it will be called “blackjackal.co”. This name started out as a joke, but I started to build a logo four months back and now the name has stuck with me. The origin of the name came from one of my Online Gamer tags which were “BlackJackal“. Then I had a lot of account for this one specific game around 12 I believe. Some was labeled as “B7ACKJackal”; “BL4CKJackal”; “B74CKJ4CK47”.  I hope I can use it for my domain, because I kind of started branding it in my work.

Invention Render
For my CT 137 Invention Project