Blue Bastard Tattoo Documentation

The Story of How This Happened… By Ty Heyden Okay we were in Powell and Saoirse said that she wanted to get a tattoo of Gritty, the Flyer’s mascot (Pictured below). You don’t joke around with me so I said ” I’ll pay for it”. While Saoirse and I were talking about getting the tattoo…

Staking the Claim

Our Group Performance: What do flags do? Do they mark something? Are they a statement of identity? Are they celebratory? Are they exclusionary? How do they change the space, the way it operates, and the way it feels?  Flags represent an area and mark territories. They state the identity of the space and the people inhabiting…

Flag Design

For our flag design we decided to print a different image on each side. On the first side we have an simplified drawing of the columns in Miller Theater with a sound wave traveling through it to represent the music resonating through our territory. On the second side we have a skull with a paint…

Distribution

Brief description of zine: Who needs to read this zine? (Why?, Where are these readers located?, What do they do there? Why would they want your zine? ):  Visual arts and Performing arts students need to read this zine. They are located in Miller Theater and Harder Hall and work on their forms of art in these…

Collective Future Zine

Reflection: The concept behind our zine is a near future dystopia in which the arts are deprioritized, causing conflict between the Visual Art Students and the Performing Arts students. As supplies run low the art students decide to raid miller theater for the last scraps of paint and various art supplies. This raid marks the…

Symbols

Past: The symbol for the past that I created is the image of the hill in which Miller stands before miller was built there. Present: The symbol for the present that I created is the image of Miller as it is now. Future: The symbol for the future that I created is the image of…

Story of the Space A

The concept behind my zine is the process behind how Miller Performing arts center was built. I found humor in the absurd nature of how it was constructed on the side of a really steep hill. I found out through my research about the company that built it and the intense planning required to allow…