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Apparently, this is what I look like as a cat.  Thanks, Mia!

Apparently, this is what I look like as a cat. Thanks, Mia!

I love fantasyscapes like this one. Amazing art!

I love fantasyscapes like this one. Amazing art!

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It’s work like this, on display in The Mezzanine Gallery of The Commons, that reminds me of the wonderfully creative students I get to work with every day.

Artwork by Steve Karolenko

It’s work like this, on display in The Mezzanine Gallery of The Commons, that reminds me of the wonderfully creative students I get to work with every day.

Artwork by Steve Karolenko

chimpgoods:

The intricate magic of pencil lead sculptor Dalton Ghetti.

Exceptional creativity like this is almost always worthy of a reblog. This is amazing!  Not only do I wonder who thinks to do something like this, but I also admire their capacity for patience.

(via asecretcity)

This is an image of George Washington that is made up of numerous individual images of students and student life @ GW.

Very cool.

This is an image of George Washington that is made up of numerous individual images of students and student life @ GW.

Very cool.

A great video highlighting Art Week 2012. 

Produced by Gavin St. Ours (@charmcitygavin)

Some images from the galleries on display in The Commons for Art Week 2012.  The Commons has two art galleries for displaying the work of students, faculty, and staff. They are located on the Mezzanine level and on the 2nd floor between Flat Tuesdays & The Gameroom.

There are some truly great pieces on display - check them out!

thedailywhat:

Optical Illusion of the Day: To promote the “psychologically and physically thrilling” Nemesis Sub-Terra ride set to open next month at Alton Towers Resort, artist Andrew Walker was commissioned to design an equally psychologically and physically thrilling 3D illusion for an elevator at the Southside Shopping Centre in the south London district of Wandsworth.

“When creating the illusion inside the lift we considered some our most common fears including heights, darkness and claustrophobia that are also a core part of the new attraction,” said Alton Towers spokeswoman Katherine Duckworth. “The reactions of the public were fascinating and we can’t wait to see what happens when people come and experience the new attraction for the first time.”

[mmm.]

I love these.

(Source: thedailywhat, via asecretcity)

Super Art Fight auditions. It was a lot of fun to watch. There’s such an amazing level of creativity in our students.

charmcityshinobi:

dancingwithdigby:

commonvision:

The flier is done! Stevo actually did a lot of the examples from the website. If you’re still interested in learning more about our event click here, and if you’re interested in learning more about Super Art Fight click here!

Dann are you in this one?? This poster is rad city!

No no, not in this one. They’re getting students from UMBC to compete versus the veterans of SAF. I’ll be in attendance though. It should be pretty exciting.

charmcityshinobi:

dancingwithdigby:

commonvision:

The flier is done! Stevo actually did a lot of the examples from the website. If you’re still interested in learning more about our event click here, and if you’re interested in learning more about Super Art Fight click here!

Dann are you in this one?? This poster is rad city!

No no, not in this one. They’re getting students from UMBC to compete versus the veterans of SAF. I’ll be in attendance though. It should be pretty exciting.