Monthly Archives: June 2012

ILLUSTRATION STUDENT’S WORK IS INCREDIBLY COOL BUT KINDA FREAKY TOO

Every so often, while Hue is wandering the halls of FIT, a student artwork catches Hue’s eye. Recently, Hue saw three works that revealed an artist’s macabre vision. Behold “The Bird Nest,” by Phoenix Chan, Illustration BFA ’12. Is it … Continue reading

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SHIRT HAPPENS 12: IN WHICH EVERYTHING BEGINS TO SOUND LIKE FOOD

[In the fall, Jonathan Vatner, Hue staff writer,  took an introductory menswear sewing class. He has been blogging about his experiences on Hue, Too.] The class before Thanksgiving, Professor Blackman got out the ham and showed us how to put … Continue reading

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JESSICA, MEET CAROL: AN EXAMINATION OF FIT’S MOST POPULAR NAMES

Ever since FIT’s 2012 Commencement, Hue has been thinking about names. So Hue did what any slightly obsessive personality with statistical leanings would do: make a word cloud out of all the names from the program and see which ones … Continue reading

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LIFE IN PLASTIC, IT’S FANTASTIC

All those who complain that there isn’t enough pink at FIT should please proceed to the lobby of the Pomerantz Art and Design Center. There, Mattel has teamed up with FIT to create “The Pink Issue,” an homage to Barbie … Continue reading

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SHIRT HAPPENS 11: IN WHICH PROFESSOR BLACKMAN GRADES OUR DICKEYS

[In the fall, Jonathan Vatner, Hue staff writer,  took an introductory menswear sewing class. He has been blogging about his experiences on Hue, Too.] The class has just two graded assignments, a full shirt at the end of the term … Continue reading

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