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GET OUT HERE, DO IT, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT // my father took this photo of himself whenever he had just moved to NYC to attend NYU for film. he had never even been to the city before, he just packed his bags and took a risk. he decided down the road that his career choice was not for him and decided to move back down south and become a writer (he now has a PhD in history and a masters in writing, and has published several books)...My point is at least my dad tried. He came out here and he fell right on his face and was perfectly fine with coming back home. Because he knew in his heart that he put in the effort, and it simply wasn’t what he wanted anymore. I hate when people ask me how I could move so far away from home. How? Because I want this. It really is that easy. And if you really want something in life, you have to either go get it or live the rest of your life SETTLING for less than you want. Your vision does not have to be as big as moving across the country- it could literally be just doing something, anything, for yourself for a change. Be selfish. I couldn’t stay in the south for my own sanity. I love where I am from, but I constantly felt like a wind-up toy being placed in front of a brick wall. I couldn’t grow there. So now here I am . . . . . . #pratt #prattinstitute #prattmwp #collage #digitalcollage #nyc #newyork #madeinutica #thatlacommunity #adobe #photoshop #illustrator #graphicdesigner #design

21 1 Feb 21, 2018

피조새 전시회 #fujiframez #x100f #pratt #exhibition #photography

11 0 Feb 21, 2018

When things get real... #midterms #pratt #letstalkrenaissance #modeling

28 1 Feb 21, 2018

El amor que me tiene mi padre es único & eso solo los que vivimos esos momento los sabemos🙏🏼💪🏻🍃 First & Second Pilot of the family, THANKS GOD🙏🏼 #Blessed🙏🏼 #TeamPratt #Pilots #Aviation #LoveForFly❤️🛩 #Pratt’sPilots👨🏽‍✈️👨🏻‍✈️

58 2 Feb 21, 2018

Kinetic art on display at the Pratt - Making our Mark, powered by the wonderful TAC Coordinator Julia! The exhibition is up until the 15th of April, so check it out before then. There are over 200 pieces of art on display!

22 1 Feb 21, 2018

Goofing with with my boy before bed time. #liam #pratt #godsplan #dancing #2018

19 0 Feb 21, 2018

Isfahan Recut, constitutes an elaborate and expanded evolution of the Banned Drawing Research Project conducted in fall 2017. The project’s ambition is to manifest, by means of drawing and cinematic representation, the intrinsic and unsung attributes of Iranian architecture existent in the great city of Isfahan and its transformations throughout the centuries. Geopolitical tensions resulting in the alienation of Iran, once celebrated as a cradle of civilization, have tainted perceptions of the once great dynasty and obstructed the western world from accessing the pioneering elements embedded within Iran’s cultural and historical fabric. With the advent of the Islamic Revolution, the religious masquerade of the Persian Monarchy has been instrumental in tainting global perception of the country while restricting access to Iran’s rich historical tapestry of culture, art and architecture. This project seeks to reposition historical Iranian Architecture at the foreground of pedagogical dialogue through an analytical and exhaustive studies of ornament (Muqarnas), building (Isfahan Mosques) and urban development surrounding the Isfahan Bazaar. Studies will be conducted in the form of innovative two and three-dimensional analytical drawings in conjunction with experimental and cinematic means of representation using animation software such as Maya. The studies will trace the growth of the Bazaar in the city of Isfahan over the course of different dynasties and the transformation of the city influenced by politics and religion. Geometry, as studied in the Banned Drawings Project, served a key element and feature in the emergence of Iranian architecture. This geometry cannot be properly understood without situating the form within the cultural dimensions from which it emerged. This project further demonstrates the relationships between the evolution of Iranian architecture, geometry and mathematics in relation to the political patterns of the Persian Empire.

46 1 Feb 21, 2018

Isfahan Recut, constitutes an elaborate and expanded evolution of the Banned Drawing Research Project conducted in fall 2017. The project’s ambition is to manifest, by means of drawing and cinematic representation, the intrinsic and unsung attributes of Iranian architecture existent in the great city of Isfahan and its transformations throughout the centuries. Geopolitical tensions resulting in the alienation of Iran, once celebrated as a cradle of civilization, have tainted perceptions of the once great dynasty and obstructed the western world from accessing the pioneering elements embedded within Iran’s cultural and historical fabric. With the advent of the Islamic Revolution, the religious masquerade of the Persian Monarchy has been instrumental in tainting global perception of the country while restricting access to Iran’s rich historical tapestry of culture, art and architecture. This project seeks to reposition historical Iranian Architecture at the foreground of pedagogical dialogue through an analytical and exhaustive studies of ornament (Muqarnas), building (Isfahan Mosques) and urban development surrounding the Isfahan Bazaar. Studies will be conducted in the form of innovative two and three-dimensional analytical drawings in conjunction with experimental and cinematic means of representation using animation software such as Maya. The studies will trace the growth of the Bazaar in the city of Isfahan over the course of different dynasties and the transformation of the city influenced by politics and religion. Geometry, as studied in the Banned Drawings Project, served a key element and feature in the emergence of Iranian architecture. This geometry cannot be properly understood without situating the form within the cultural dimensions from which it emerged. This project further demonstrates the relationships between the evolution of Iranian architecture, geometry and mathematics in relation to the political patterns of the Persian Empire.

39 2 Feb 21, 2018

Isfahan Recut, constitutes an elaborate and expanded evolution of the Banned Drawing Research Project conducted in fall 2017. The project’s ambition is to manifest, by means of drawing and cinematic representation, the intrinsic and unsung attributes of Iranian architecture existent in the great city of Isfahan and its transformations throughout the centuries. Geopolitical tensions resulting in the alienation of Iran, once celebrated as a cradle of civilization, have tainted perceptions of the once great dynasty and obstructed the western world from accessing the pioneering elements embedded within Iran’s cultural and historical fabric. With the advent of the Islamic Revolution, the religious masquerade of the Persian Monarchy has been instrumental in tainting global perception of the country while restricting access to Iran’s rich historical tapestry of culture, art and architecture. This project seeks to reposition historical Iranian Architecture at the foreground of pedagogical dialogue through an analytical and exhaustive studies of ornament (Muqarnas), building (Isfahan Mosques) and urban development surrounding the Isfahan Bazaar. Studies will be conducted in the form of innovative two and three-dimensional analytical drawings in conjunction with experimental and cinematic means of representation using animation software such as Maya. The studies will trace the growth of the Bazaar in the city of Isfahan over the course of different dynasties and the transformation of the city influenced by politics and religion. Geometry, as studied in the Banned Drawings Project, served a key element and feature in the emergence of Iranian architecture. This geometry cannot be properly understood without situating the form within the cultural dimensions from which it emerged. This project further demonstrates the relationships between the evolution of Iranian architecture, geometry and mathematics in relation to the political patterns of the Persian Empire.

46 3 Feb 21, 2018

Collab oyatekbulut (& photocred also to oyatekbulut 💕)

27 2 Feb 21, 2018

From Pratt Archives prattsoa_archive — Drawings by Aleksandra CHECHEL shurachechel for Professor Anthony BUCCELLATO buccabucca Fall 2016 #ARCH201 Intermediate Design Studio #PrattSoA #Pratt_UA — A Library in Chinatown, Manhattan.

306 1 Feb 21, 2018
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