As part of Hue staff writer Jonathan Vatner’s Spring 2014 feature, “Where Does FIT’s Trash Go?”, he led three site visits to recycling facilities in the New York City area. Watch short videos of two of the field trips here.
Pratt Industries paper recycling plant, Staten Island. Video by Suzanne Baer, FIT Technology Development Team
Sims material recovery facility, Brooklyn. Video by Jonathan Vatner
If you read our commencement coverage in the summer issue of Hue magazine, you were promised a passel of photos from FIT’s 2014 ceremonies, with plenty of crazy caps, stunning shoes, and cheerful grads. (If you haven’t read it, fear not: we think these photos don’t need much explanation.)
Be sure to follow FIT’s Facebook page to see plenty more photos of commencement and the campus!
Photos by Smiljana Peros, Tudor Vasilescu ’15, Sofia Johansson ’14, and Island Photography.
It’s mid-July, and FIT is (relatively) quiet. But Hue can’t forget that just two months ago, a stunning array of graduating student artwork from the School of Art and Design festooned FIT’s corridors and gallery spaces.
Enjoy some of our favorites in this slide show!
Hue presents the last in a five-part video series highlighting alumni tattoo artists. If you haven’t yet, check out part one, part two, part three, and part four.
Chris Torres, Illustration ’97, is co-owner of Chris Torres’ Red Legged Devils Studio, a new ink spot near the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. In this video, he talks about how tattooing on skin differs from drawing on paper.
Here’s video number four in our ongoing series featuring tattoo artists who graduated from FIT.
Vincent Castiglia, Illustration ’04, owner of Arcanum Studio, creates chillingly lifelike work on skin. In this video, he shows off his version of the Coney Island Cyclone.