Category: Visual arts
11 Web Exclusive(s) found that match this category.
The famous Star Trek tribbles owe a lot to previous science fiction works, as does Princess Leia.
Categories: Visual arts, Media
Tags: Science fiction, Experience Music Project, Television programs, Movies
A Nate Taylor (’02 Fine Arts) sampler
A small collection of lively illustrations Nate Taylor has created for his friend and WSU Classmate, fantasy writer Patrick Rothfuss ’02 MA as well as some of Taylor’s other work.
Categories: Alumni, Visual arts
Tags: Artists, Illustrators
The Rebrand: No-Li Brewhouse
A collection of the new look labels and logos from No-Li Brewhouse in Spokane.
Categories: Business, Visual arts
Tags: Breweries, Marketing
Coug-o-lantern: Pumpkin-carving stencils of the WSU Cougar head logo
Carve your pumpkins with the Coug spirit this Halloween. Select the small or large stencil template below (for a small or large pumpkin), print, and trace on the pumpkin.The large template prints on two letter-size pages, which you can cut and ...
Categories: Visual arts, Alumni
Tags: Project, Halloween, Cougar logo
Gallery: Images of Antarctica
While rock hunting across Antarctica last winter, WSU geochemist Jeff Vervoort was captivated by how the landscape revealed dramatic stories of merging glaciers, tortured ice, wind-sculpted snow, and glacial debris. But where he saw a language of sci...
Categories: Visual arts, Earth sciences
Tags: Geology, Artists, Antarctica, Design
Video: Clips from Back to the Garden
Clips from Kevin Tomlinson's documentary Back to the Garden. Read the story....
Categories: Alumni, Visual arts
Tags: Documentary, Back to the Land movement, Film, Movies
Video: Ric Gendron discusses his portrait of Sherman Alexie
Native American artist Ric Gendron discusses his portrait of Sherman Alexie. The portrait appears in the Spring 2010 issue of Washington State Magazine, as part of the feature article "Desperately Seeking Sherman." You can read the article here...
Categories: Alumni, Visual arts, Literature
Tags: Writers, Painting, Native Americans, Video
A Conversation about Art and Biology with Ellen Dissanayake '57
Ellen Franzen Dissanayake came to Washington State College from Walla Walla in 1953 as a music major. At the time, undergraduates were required to take four science classes. After taking the legendary BioSci 101 from Winfield Hatch and Human Physi...
Categories: Performing arts, Visual arts, Anthropology
Tags: Evolution, Art history
Flying With the Dragon: Color an Evon Zerbetz '82 original
Though she has never before released her artwork uncolored, Evon Zerbetz '82 has generously shared a version of her piece, Flying With the Dragon, that you can color yourself. It comes from a set of linocuts she completed for her children's book, ...
Categories: Visual arts, Fine Arts
Video: Strollin' and Trollin' - A tour of Ray Troll's Ketchikan, with music unlike anything you've ever heard before.
He draws. He paints. He writes songs and—oh lord—he sings them! Hear him for yourself as you tour the world of Ray Troll '81 via an audio slide show produced especially for Washington State Magazine Online
Categories: Music, Visual arts, Fine Arts
Tags: Alaska, Evolution, Painting, Video