Riddles…

One sheet, two-sheet, three sheets or four…some use less and some use more. What am I?… (I’m not going to lie, I thought it was difficult to take a photo of TP)
What has arms and legs, but no head?
What can’t be burned in a fire nor drowned in water? (These are Ramune bottles but I thought it looked kind of like ice… I don’t have any ice at my house!)
I have a big mouth and I’m quite a load. I’m not gossip, but I get involved in everyone’s dirty business. What am I? (this is the part in the middle of the washing machine)
Stepping out? Wear me first! I’ll protect your feet from the worst.
Tall and strong, I stay outside. The sun, the rain, they’re by my side. I give birds homes and help them breathe. I even give you fruit to eat. (The shadows in this kind of look like a person.. Or maybe Im crazy??)
Here I come and there I go. I move really fast, anywhere I go. That’s why you take me when you’re in a hurry. When I zoom by, I might look blurry.
Kick up your feet, if you will. I’ll keep you company through Netflix and chill. Though you might not notice, I’m always here, to hold your zines, your snacks, and beer. (My nightstand has been with me for so many years its starting to chip and I noticed how ugly it was in the photos so I decided to not show that…I think I’ll finally get a new one)
You say we’re pals, that we’re best friends. But only until the morning ends. You say I give you fuel for the day. And when we’re done, you’re gone away.  (My beloved cold brew maker)
Don’t frown at me, I made it clear. Won’t make a difference if you’re near. Just stand in front and I’ll show you exactly how the world will know you. (The mirror is kind of like an infinity mirror because of the LED’s inside of it)

Riddle me this, riddle m-okay, a bit cliché, sorry.

One sheet, two-sheet, three sheets or four…some use less and some use more. What am I?
What has arms and legs, but no head?
What can’t be burned in a fire nor drowned in water?
I have a big mouth and I’m quite a load. I’m not gossip, but I get involved in everyone’s dirty business. What am I?
Stepping out? Wear me first! I’ll protect your feet from the worst.

Tall and strong, I stay outside. The sun, the rain, they’re by my side. I give birds homes and help you breathe. I even give you fruit to eat.
Here I come and there I go. I move really fast, anywhere I go. That’s why you take me when you’re in a hurry. When I zoom by, I might look blurry.
Kick up your feet, if you will. I’ll keep you company through Netflix and chill. Though you might not notice, I’m always here, to hold your zines, your snacks, and beer.
You say we’re pals, that we’re best friends. But only until the morning ends. You say I give you fuel for the day. And when we’re done, you’re gone away.  
 Don’t frown at me, I made it clear. Won’t make a difference if you’re near. Just stand in front and I’ll show you exactly how the world will know you.

P2-W21-Riddle-Hannah Urso-Eades

  • One sheet, two-sheet, three sheets or four…some use less and some use more. What am I? Toilet paper.
  • What has arms and legs, but no head? A chair.
  • What can’t be burned in a fire nor drowned in water? Ice.
  • I have a big mouth and I’m quite a load. I’m not gossip, but I get involved in everyone’s dirty business. What am I? A laundry machine.
  • Stepping out? Wear me first! I’ll protect your feet from the worst. What am I? Shoes.
  • Tall and strong, I stay outside. The sun, the rain, they’re by my side. I give birds homes and help you breathe. I even give you fruit to eat. What am I? A tree.
  • Here I come and there I go. I move really fast, anywhere I go. That’s why you take me when you’re in a hurry. When I zoom by, I might look blurry. What am I? A car.
  • Kick up your feet, if you will. I’ll keep you company through Netflix and chill. Though you might not notice, I’m always here, to hold your zines, your snacks, and beer. What am I? A coffee table/ottoman.
  • You say we’re pals, that we’re best friends. But only until the morning ends. You say I give you fuel for the day. And when we’re done, you’re gone away.  What am I? Coffee.
  •  Don’t frown at me, I made it clear. Won’t make a difference if you’re near. Just stand in front and I’ll show you exactly how the world will know you. What am I? A mirror.

W21-P2 The Junk I Live Around

Behold: the royal Bottom Cloth. Quite a sight indeed.
Many generations have sat in this lovely seat. Too many in fact…We should probably get a new one…
I wasted six ice cubes for this picture. I can’t tell if it was worth it.
I don’t use it as often as I probably should.
They ain’t pumped up kicks, but they still have kick in ’em.
This tree is the same age as me!
I’m learning to drive using this car. The stereotype of speedy red cars probably won’t work in my favor.
We can’t put anything on this table without the cat trying to knock it off.
Brilliant anniversary gift for my parents. I wish I had the brains to get them something like this.
I don’t often look in mirrors, so when I do pass by one, it kinda scares me.

Sydney’s Riddle Assignment

Toilet Paper. Nothing special here, just a simple shot of a TP roll in my mother’s house. I particularly liked the shadows in this picture.
Chairs. This vintage salon chairs have been a staple of my home neighborhood since I was young, and they were the first image to cross my mind when reading over this assignment.
Ice. I planned to photograph ice while snowboarding last weekend, but it was so warm and sunny on the mountain I couldn’t find any.
Washer, I photographed this while walking at night, thought an outside shot looking into a wash room would work great for this project.
Shoes, I’m no sneaker head but here’s my favorite pair of shoes.
Trees, the tall trees in the miniature forest that is my neighbors back yard.
Cars. I purposefully took this picture behind the window and shade to offer perspective to the image rather than just a plan old car.
Coffee Table, not a particularly interesting photo, but it gets the job done.
Coffee, featuring my favorite mug.
Mirror. I’ve always loved this mirrored door in my old neighborhood and thought it would make a great shot.

About Ivan

Hi, my name is Ivan Lopez Lopez. Yes, my last name is Lopez Lopez, is cool and weird at the same time. Anyway, I am pursuing a Multimedia Design major because since my sophomore year of High school I received a camera for Christmas and quickly it became a hobby. Hopefully one day I could get an amazing job opportunity in the near future. My dream would be to work with a video production team.

It didn’t take much for me to figure out that video editing and film was something I really wanted to do. It all started when I would take charge and edit videos for my Water Polo team in High School, one of the parents would film and I would curiously figure a way to edit it on my computer in my room. Blindly I was practicing my video production skills and people would like my videos a lot, which motived me to explore more into what a Multimedia major can offer.

About Chris Alvarado W21-P1

Hi Everybody my name is Chris Alvarado and I’m naturally an East Coast kid, but have lived in Eugene for most of my life. I am nineteen years old and really want to get a head start on everything while at a young age. I’m a big football fan and most of my free time involves music in some way. I miss concerts and all live events that covid had to ruin. I also love anything film related and love a well produced story. I kind of know my way around a kitchen because I took Catering and International Foods in high school. I’m taking Media Arts because I want to grow a music business through blogging, and eventually expand to making music videos and live events with Oregon based artists. I feel Media Arts will give me a better understanding on how to grow through different media options, and also give visual inspiration for creating art through filming music videos.

By: Chris Alvarado

Riddles Riddles Riddles…

1

One sheet, two-sheet, three sheets or four…some use less and some use more. What am I?

2

What has arms and legs, but no head?

3

What can’t be burned in a fire nor drowned in water?

4

I have a big mouth and I’m quite a load. I’m not gossip, but I get involved in everyone’s dirty business. What am I?

5

Stepping out? Wear me first! I’ll protect your feet from the worst.

6

Tall and strong, I stay outside. The sun, the rain, they’re by my side. I give birds homes and help you breathe. I even give you fruit to eat.

7

Here I come and there I go. I move really fast, anywhere I go. That’s why you take me when you’re in a hurry. When I zoom by, I might look blurry.

8

Kick up your feet, if you will. I’ll keep you company through Netflix and chill. Though you might not notice, I’m always here, to hold your zines, your snacks, and beer.

9

You say we’re pals, that we’re best friends. But only until the morning ends. You say I give you fuel for the day. And when we’re done, you’re gone away.  

10

Don’t frown at me, I made it clear. Won’t make a difference if you’re near. Just stand in front and I’ll show you exactly how the world will know you.

All photos by: Taylor Powelson

Motion, Light and Curiosity…

I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something.

~ Edward Everette Hale

My vision is to have a positive impact in our world through research and community development. With my BA in Linguistics, I developed my interest in cultural anthropology, human geography, public policy and sociology. After contracting malaria while doing fieldwork and spending more than ten years with a life-changing chronic illness, a new medicine now allows me to explore the boundaries of my disability.

Last year, my GIS final project in micro-housing land opportunities inspired me during an internship at a local nonprofit supporting homeless women in our city. Pre-Covid there had been workshops providing art and activities that we hope to restart. One goal is to set up a mobile recording studio to help homeless record their stories and music. Now as a board member, the media arts program and art courses will help facilitate several of these goals.

Media Arts provides the tools and expression to creatively and effectively communicate in seconds, a message, a feeling and a connection to the world around us. The world around us has beauty, pain and hope. As I continue this journey of discovery, I find that I love this form of creative expression. It is who I am.


Landscape and Architecture


Motion


Making Pizza With My Dad