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Street Style: The Pom-Pom Hat

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Street Style: The Pom-Pom Hat

More DAAP Snapshots

Here are just some of the chairs from the critique today! I didn’t stay the whole time. But everything looked so great! I really enjoyed the critique, it’s a good way to slowly get me back in the school mode. I also think it was good to just look at some design pieces. I heard adjectives that I would never think to use and am going to try and apply design theories to my photography work. Basically, today was pretty inspiring! : ) So happy for my Industrial Design (and all other majors, Graphic, Transportation Design, Fine Arts, etc) DAAP friends! The photos are a little funky in color and I’m feeling a bit lazy to identify who is who but I’ve added the links of some of my DAAP friends below. Feel free to let me know if you guys know anymore. They’re pretty cool and feature some of what they’re working on as well as ingenious design ideas! I’ll post some of my friends photo blogs soon as well.

http://allisondunphy.tumblr.com/

http://nataliemiklosic.tumblr.com/

http://emancarrillo.tumblr.com/

http://mid-atlanticridge.tumblr.com/

http://meid2go.tumblr.com/

http://abroerman.tumblr.com/

http://amarsingh.tumblr.com/

PS I wish I wasn’t posting this at 12:30 AM … but then again I guess this is when most 21/22 year olds are awake! x

Matt is also a senior at DAAP studying industrial design.

Matt is also a senior at DAAP studying industrial design.

Natalie is a senior at DAAP studying Industrial Design.

That cute couch she’s sitting on? Yep, she design it. And made it. This photo doesn’t do it justice (I’ll post others later). It was hanging from the second floor (? that building is intense and CON-FUS-ING). I sat in on their studio’s final critique of Chairs. I missed the fashion department’s critique but saw some garments. The school is awesome!

I stopped by The University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) today. Stopped by their gallery snapped a photo of “Transcendent” by Emily Miller, Fabric Design 2011. More to come.

I stopped by The University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) today. Stopped by their gallery snapped a photo of “Transcendent” by Emily Miller, Fabric Design 2011. More to come.

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