Saturday, December 20, 2008

Christmas Break Pt.2

Upon arriving in Omaha, Ellen and I have played a lot of ping pong. Here is a time lapse of a match. Ellen won this one.

Ping Pong Time Lapse from Daniel George on Vimeo.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Christmas Break Pt. 1

Yesterday we finished our trip to Omaha. The drive was rough at first with snow through Idaho and Utah, but the rest of the way was very pleasant. We stopped by the Kool-Aid museum in Hastings. That was a HUGE waste of time. I was hoping there would be no snow in Omaha when we got here, but there was a little bit. You can't always get what you want.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Graveyard Shift

This semester I have been working on a project documenting individuals who work graveyard shifts. I just got the book published through and it is ready to order. It was a fun project, and I'm glad to see it in book form. Check it.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

What the film?

No, this is not a 36 exposure roll of 8x10 film. It is a pinhole camera fashioned to look like a roll of 35mm film (on the right). I made this for a ceramics class assignment this semester. It was fairly easy to construct, even though it took a bit of time. Painting and applying details seemed a bit easier than expected, too. I'll have to try out the pinhole camera feature and post some results.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Word of Mouf II

On second thought, don't go vote for any of my images. They keep jumping pages and are hard to find. Also, the people's choice award is pretty frivolous. Additionally, seeing the votes for the first image on the first page has discouraged me from caring. I'll leave the voting up to the judges. Thanks anyway for taking interest.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Word of Mouf

I have been shooting a lot lately for my BFA project. I also have been busy updating my website with a lot of cool images like the one below (which happens to be part of the project itself). I also have been entering said images into some student photo contests. One such contest has a people's choice award thing. You can, and should, go vote for an image or two. I even think you can vote multiple times. Please tell a friend to vote as well. Goodnight and good luck; to me that is.

p.s. It seems that the images of mine jump pages from time to time, but they are around the 38/39 page mark.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Three Months of Printmaking

This semester I made some linoleum block prints for a printmaking class. Now that all the editions are complete, I figured it would be nice to post them all together. The print at the top was recently awarded an honorable mention at the BYU-I 2008 Annual Student Art show. I will be selling some test proofs of these at the student art sale next week. Also, sometime next year I hope to submit them in a printmaking show at the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho. Much fun going on in the world of printmaking...

Click on Elizabeth House's or Chris Moulton's links for some more printmaking action.