Red Paper Clip- “Banana Suit.” (2014)

Assignment,Final Project,Uncategorized — chentsch @ 1:18 pm

jake copy jake jake3

Stress Culture- “How Stressed R U.” (2014)

Assignment — chentsch @ 12:16 pm

www.mymensa.org

 

Video Sam

Video Still

video stills  

2014

 

Experience- “Reclaiming your cyber identity.” (2014)

Assignment — chentsch @ 12:15 pm

bag5 bag4 bag3 bag2 bag1

Collection- “BuzFed”. (2014)

Assignment — chentsch @ 2:48 pm

doc.postcards

 

 

 

Buzzfeed Title Generated Postcards

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Collection- “8 Legs/ Come Sit” (2014)

Assignment,Systems Thinking — chentsch @ 2:56 pm

chairsex4

“Straight Guy Humping Pillow”
GIF Image
2014

 

chairsex3

“Incredibly passionate real sex scene”
GIF Image
2014

 

chairsex2

“Hot lesbians get it on in disapproving moms house”
GIF Image
2014

 

chairsex

“Naughty blond babysitter gets fucked hard from behind”
GIF Image
2014

 

 

chairsex5

“College girl takes her first black cock”
GIF Image
2014

 

 

10 Systems: Part II- “Visual Email Spam” (2014)

Assignment,Systems Thinking — chentsch @ 10:27 am

10. Forgetting to look at emails

Problem: I seem to have developed a spam filter in my head, allowing me to glaze over emails I receive that do not particularly pertain to me. Although this is usually beneficial, I occasionally miss emails that were important because I did not read them thoroughly.

Solution: I decided to spend a day analyzing the text of every email I received. (Only 6 in total). I opened the email, read it, found the parts of the text that stood out to me as the most important and pulled them aside. I personally prefer when ideas are expressed visually, so I decided to create a visual representation of each email.  I googled the key phrases in the text, pulled the results off of  google images, and collaged the images together in photoshop to create a visual version of the email. I then replied to the email with this image.

 

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Rent your CMU textbooks and save up to 90%

 

ART STUDENTS! VOLUNTEER for DRAW2014 by Jan 27 n go FREE

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FW: Temperatures dropping

FW: Temperatures dropping

 

Crime Alert 2014-001

Crime Alert 2014-001

 

Most Exciting Job with High Earnings- Earn $75/hour

Most Exciting Job with High Earnings- Earn $75/hour

 

Post-Odyssey Survey

Post-Odyssey Survey

10 Systems: Part I

Assignment,Systems Thinking — chentsch @ 9:49 am

1. Getting out of bed

Input: Snooze Button

Output: Awake

Feedback: How long did it take me to get up?

Change: Set no alarm, stress of having no alarm got me out of bed right away.

2. Showering 

Input: Me (dirty)

Output: Me (clean)

Feedback: Do I feel clean/ do I look clean?

Change: No shower, use time for breakfast instead.

3. Getting dressed 

Input: Clothing, anxiety

Output: Me (with clothes on )

Feedback: How many times did I change in the process?

Change: Put on the first thing I see.

4. Making the Bed

Input: Messy bed

Output: Neat bed

Feedback: Did I come home to a neat bed?

Change: Make bed later, would rather be on time.

5. Doing Dishes

Input: Dirty dishes

Output: Clean dishes

Feedback: Do I have dishes to eat off of?

Change: Don’t do dishes, someone else can this time.

6. Forget Breakfast

Input: Poor time management and priorities

Output: I am hungry at school

Feedback: Do I need to buy something to eat at school?

Change: Make and eat breakfast.

7. Driving to School

Input: Lazy, $$$

Output: At school in 5 mins

Feedback: Did I get to class on time?

Change: Leave earlier, walk.

8. Cigarette on the way to school 

Input: Camel Blue

Output: Habit/ craving filled

Feedback: Does this make me feel good in the long run?

Change: Left cigarettes at home for the day.

9. Be a couple minutes late to class

Input: Poor time management

Output: Final grade in first class of the day drops due to lates

Feedback: Why am I late today?

Change: Wore a watch that was 5 minutes fast- no longer late.

10. Forget to check email

Input: 2 email addresses, so much junk mail

Output: Miss potentially important things

Feedback: How can I make sure I read my email?

Change: Spend a day responding to every email I get

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