International Canadore College Graphic Design Student Fangmou Liu has been photographing the North Bay Battalion almost every night since the season opener. His photos have been published in local newspapers and on multiple OHL websites. If you have purchased a pack of the North Bay Battalion trading cards you are holding some of his greatest shots. Great work Fangmou.
#PassItOn was created to help raise awareness about bullying in schools and around the world. Graphic Design Student Shaun Ryken is one of visionaries behind this project.
Second year students experiment with water colour resist to produce some interesting and creative illustrations.
Congratulations to Eric Ruhnke, Erik Mcmanus, Robert Manuel on their chosen submissions to the Call for Talent: Transformations – ACCC 2014 Art Showcase. Best of luck!
Congratulations to Matthew Kuka. His logo has been chosen by his class to represent their graduating year of 2015. Classmates are purchasing jackets with his logo embroidered on them. Keep and eye out for them around campus.
Learning to work as a team can be more difficult than it sounds. In Professional Development class students attempt the helium-stick exercise. This is a deceptively simple but powerful exercise for learning how to work together and communicate in small sized groups. Later they attempted to enlarge a image by breaking it into 6 parts and individually illustrating a scaled section.
Project Description Field Work Training 3rd year students are challenged to design a book cover for local author Allen Currie’s book Operation Phoenix. Congratulations to Erik McManus on having his design published. More information on Alan Currie can be found at www.allencurrie.ca and a digital edition of his book can be purchased here
Project Description Photography II – Techniques Using photography and advanced image editing students create a dramatic levitation effect.
Project Description 3rd Year Photography IV – Advanced As part of their weekly photo challenge, the students were tasked to capture the essence of “magic” in a photograph.
Project Description 3rd Year Photography IV – Advanced As part of their weekly photo challenge, the students were tasked to capture an image portraying “innovation”.