december 9, 2010: yayyy!
“I found the source of the mysterious ticking noise—it’s a pipe bomb!”
This one’s not a pipe bomb, but it’s still cool.
december 7, 2010: swift strikes back
Another Taylor Swift, no doubt inspired by the heading “Discourse and Change” in my notes. Her dress turned out really cute!
december 7, 2010: …hi.
My and Drew’s illustrious philosophy prof told us that Michel Foucault wrote a book called Discipline and Punish. She also told us not to read it on the subway because apparently it attracts the wrong kind of friends.
december 6, 2010: not the commandant
Here is a military woman based on Franz Kafka’s (totally messed up) story “In the Penal Colony.”
december 3, 2010: asterion
“The House of Asterion” is a recasting of the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. It’s really sad and beautiful and totally awesome.
november 30, 2010: splat
Steph, Brandt, and I dispose of everyone’s favorite classmate.
november 30, 2010: rhinocooter
Just gonna leave this here.
november 30, 2010: psychowl
Norman Bates from Psycho is a taxidermist. I sketched the owl in my notes because it seemed particularly ominous.
november 30, 2010: nxnw
The famous plane from North by Northwest, complete with one of my rando captions.
november 23, 2010: scottie’s women
The three female figures of Vertigo: Midge, Madeleine, and Judy. Each represents a different point on the spectrum of sexualization, illustrating Scottie’s problems with women and sexuality. Midge is the nerdy, motherly one—although she loves Scottie, he will never see her in a sexual light. Judy is the hypersexualized one whom Scottie ends up fetishizing as Madeleine, who represents the unreal, unattainable fantasy of femininity for which Scottie constantly searches throughout the film.