1: a count of the population and a property evaluation in early Rome
2: a usually complete enumeration of a populationspecifically : a periodic governmental enumeration of population According to the latest U.S census, 16% of the population is of Hispanic or Latino origin.
“In the 1990’s the disparity in many neighborhoods became more pronounced census data show”



1: having many complexly interrelating parts or elements : COMPLICATED intricate machineryan intricate plot
2: difficult to resolve or analyze

“The intricate geography of income difference in New York City is something Chastity Davis absorbed early growing up in the 1980’s in a tenement apartment in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn on a block of mostly brick row houses flanked by public housing projects at either end”


1: evil reputation brought about by something grossly criminal, shocking, or brutal

2a: an extreme and publicly known criminal or evil act
b: the state of being infamous

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“During Britain’s general election of 1997, he set a new standard for journalistic infamy by getting himself bounced off John Major’s campaign plane for snorting heroin in the bathroom.“



1: causing amazement or wonder
2: extraordinary in bulk, quantity, or degree : ENORMOUS
3a: resembling or befitting a prodigy: STRANGE, UNUSUAL
bobsolete : being an omen : PORTENTOUS

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”He used to be a prodigious drinker and drug-taker, famous for late-night altercations, not always coherent public appearances and marathon hours at trendy spots like the Groucho Club.“



1: a particular body of knowledge or tradition the lore of baseball heroes
2: something that is learned:
a: traditional knowledge or belief tribal lore
b: knowledge gained through study or experience the lore of religious architecture
3 archaic : something that is taught : LESSON

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“Mr. Self’s own text is immensely learned in cabbie lore and even creates a cab-based “Clockwork Orange”-like language, in which the sun is the “foglamp,” for example, and the moon an “édlite.”




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                                                                       define:  I made color boxes of chromatic colors . i would mix some colors to make the color more muted gradually.



Deliver: finally cutting out pieces of different values of blue then putting them together creating the collage you can see how it gradually gets from dark to light


pareidolia: noun

par·​ei·​do·​lia | \ ˌper-ˌī-ˈdō-lē-ə, -ˈdōl-yə\
: the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern The scientific explanation for some people is pareidolia, or the human ability to see shapes or make pictures out of randomness. Think of the Rorschach inkblot test.— Pamela Ferdinand
Pareidolia means seeing something meaningful in something random–but I usually think of it as seeing a face in something that isn’t a face. I’m sure there are other patterns you could see that would be pareidolia.
One I often see is the belligerent octopus:
coat hook that looks like an octopus making 2 fists to show the concept of pareidolia
Stacie Bee–“Drunk octopus wants to fight you”

Design Statement

A design statement is an analysis of a project’s structure. In order to make a design statement,  you must explain the analysis of the project’s context, summarize the key components of the planning context, and identify the primary opportunities and constraints identified from the analysis provided. There is no real definitive format for a design statement but most businesses require one in standard essay format. The audience that a designer statement is intended for is the viewer and the public. A designer statement is used to help the audience have a better understanding of the designers piece of work and the designers purpose/process . 


Sources “What is a Designer Statement” by Vadmin Gershman . In this article he emailed 30 designers asking them “what is a designer statement and how do you write one”? Designer Justin M Smith stated “some artists believe designer statement is unnecessary and or misleading…” “to me many designer /artist statements are a poor excuse to explain art/design to the public who will in the end have their own opinions on the origin,methods and overall worth of the final project”.

Designer Christopher Baker stated “whether it’s called an artist statement. Research statement or designer statement. I think the ultimate goal is the same ; to help others understand what motivates you”