wellness

Diptych

This print was made while I attended the University of Lethbridge in Alberta. At the time, I was producing a series of digital prints that focused on religious undercurrents that I was dealing with while living in Southern Alberta. The piece incorporates the use of everyday objects, specifically the halo’s made from photos of the blue flame from a gas stove burner and scans of 3-D objects like the rope and nail seen in each frame.

- Myles

Life Journal

Use the Life Journal as a guide to start changing the things that get you stuck.This is a Flash tool and works best in Internet Explorer.

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Journal de vie

Utilisez le Journal vie comme un guide pour commencer à changer les choses que vous êtes coincé.

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Graffiti

Vent on this wall and scream it out loud where no one gets hurt.This is a Flash tool and works best in Internet Explorer.

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Barometer

Think about inner tension like liquid inside a barometer. Learn to manage your mood and anger.

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Graffitis

Vent sur ​​ce mur et de crier à haute voix où personne ne se blesse.

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Haunted

Welcome to my happily haunted mind and my collection of photographic manipulations, mixing reality with a look at the afterlife. Working with a simple Paint program, and some effects with a scanner Photoshop program, I have created digitally manipulated, controlled collages. The person who sent me on my path is a Beal commercial art teacher who taught me the only important things I ever learned in art school: she got me into computers and more importantly, into saving pictures for reference. Now I build my images byte by byte to suit my vision.

- Tom Straub

Brian is bored...

I draw these pictures when I am bored and have nothing to do.  I draw them, depending on the mood that I am in. For example, I was angry so I thought of the first word to describe myself and how I was feeling. Madchild was created when I was mad at people. Starlite was created when I was upset and disappointed in the world and I thought that the only thing in the universe that is free and unknown by the government were stars.

I draw when I’m bored.

- Brian W, 17

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