More comparative color. Joseph Albers from "Interaction of Color". The 3 backgrounds are the same colors but react differently due to the different colors in the middle. Josef Albers was a German-born American artist and educator at the Bauhaus whose work on color theory, both in Europe and in the United States, formed the basis of some of the most influential and far-reaching art education programs of the 20th century
When you return home, you'll probably think a lot about your experience studying abroad. One way to preserve these memories is to put together a good old fashioned scrapbook (or Pinterest, Facebook or Flickr albums) so you can always look back and remember your time abroad. This image is a great example of a book put together by someone who went to Florence, Italy, which is one of CAPA International Education's most popular program sites.
What a lot of hairy-faced men there are around these days - and in Movember you may spy more Twits than usual. Use the template to make your very own twit beard and tie it on with some elastic or string. You could colour it in or make it really disgusting with bits of wool, dried pasta and cornflakes just like Mr Twit in Roald Dahl's story. If you make this with your chiddlers then tweet your pictures to @puffinbooks!
This is part two of an interview done by the blog, Lost in the Woods. Part One is HERE. By Liz Childers | Published December 9, 2011 In addition to directing the Aboriginal Studies Program at Schiele Museum of Natural History, Steve Watts is a member of the International Society of Primitive Technology. Their biannual publication is a great way to …
Drexel University Online Accepted Students Kit In the age of online learning, colleges across the country have a growing student population that never actually steps foot onto the brick and mortar campus they are studying from. Taking this into consideration, Drexel University’s online programs wanted to foster a sense of Drexel school spirit and instill a sense of community to the online learners by sending out an engaging Welcome Kit to all new students. #packagedesign #packaging