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Published by:
Racheal Anilyse
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
40 pages Saddle-stitched
art, art school, design, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, underground art school

In this issue we explore how simplicity makes the artist and viewer evaluate what is important. It is necessary to artwork because it creates an immediate connection to the viewer. Simplicity creates clarity, understanding, and honesty which can be applied to artwork, education, and creative careers. We want its effects, we desire it, and we need it.

INSIDE: Cover artist Omar Ahmed, photography student at The Art Institute of Colorado // Back to Basics of Creativity and Process by Lani Mathis, artwork by Ana Raimundo // Art School Crushin' on Melanie Richards, graphic design student University of Florida // The deceptively simple art of Derrick Quevedo, MFA painting student from Art Institute of Pennsylvania // Process Profiling Rob Huston, recent design graduate from Western Michigan University // Interview with Art House Co-op Gallery, artwork by Natalie Perkins // Visually communicating with John Maeda, President of the Rhode Island School of Design accompanied by artwork from Jenny M. of Be Happy Now

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Underground Art School: Simplicity

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