Urban Artifacts: Phase 1: Discover

My  Discovery

The three objects I close to write about are rock, nail, and chocolate. I found all three objects in the corner where located in the different place near the street. They are dirty and full with dirts. I believe no one would pick them up. The rock I found is round and smooth. Its yellow and looks pretty to me. The chocolate is also round, and the color is red. I think it was someone careless dropped this chocolate on the ground, then he just walked away without it. The nail is the oldest object in the all objects I found. It’s made of iron, smells like blood, dirty, and get rusty.

Sketches: Each one consisted of approximately 15 minutes each/ 3 hour overall.

Ambiguous:

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Stable:

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8 thoughts on “Urban Artifacts: Phase 1: Discover”

  1. I really like her artifacts, because I cannot really tell what artifact it is. She is using different surfaces of the artifacts to make a new design. She thinks about how to use the ground spaces which it shows capacity between two artifacts or more. From the description of how much time she took for each drawing, I can tell that she put a lot of her effort.

  2. In the third and fourth photo of the stable sketches I would’ve never guess the artifacts that you had use. The third stable sketch appears to be an animal paw and the fourth stable sketch looks like a truck with smoke coming out of the exhaust pipe. What I like about the third and fourth ambiguous sketches is that when it comes to the artifacts overlapping each other,for example the nails in the fourth sketch the only part that is filled in part is where the nails overlap while the rest of the nail is blank.

  3. I love these especial the last ambiguous one. I can see a face, it is very creative how you use the objects to form that picture. I can tell you put a lot of time and effort into creating these pieces, and it payed off! Great job!

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