My LCI Scores = Seq 22, Prec 28, TR 23, Con 22 Choose a job you have held and provide a brief description. The most current job I had was working as a Brand Specialist at Forever 21 clothing store. My position included me to be responsible for managing a company brand. DEvelop plans that support lines of service and brand objectives. Also devise campaigns that increase the awareness of stature of a company.
Peace, Love and Tie-Dye Nicole Patton Harrisburg Area Community College What do you think of when you hear tie-dye? Are hippies the first thing to come to mind? I personally have worn my own hand-crafted tie-dye shirts on several occasions. As a preteen I went through my hippie stage; I was so fascinated by the culture that even for Halloween I dressed up in a colorful hippie tie-dye t-shirt. Creating my colorful t-shirt was easy to make, but there were detailed steps that was followed to get the result I wanted.
Analysis of “The Century Quilt” Written by Marilyn Waniek, “The Century Quilt” describes the importance of heritage in the narrator’s life. Using imagery, tone, and structure, Waniek effectively illustrates the importance of her quilt. The quilt represents not only her family’s heritage but also her future heritage. Waniek’s diction creates a nostalgic tone: “I remembered how I’d planned to inherit that blanket” (Lines 9-10) and “my sister and I were in love with Meema’s Indian blanket” (lines 1-2). Her word choices “remembered” and “were in love,” Waniek emphasizes a sentimental memory.
Phil Knight By: Matthew Mata Career Prep- 1st period January 9, 2013 The Entrepreneur I picked to do my “Famous Entrepreneur Project” over is a man named Phil Knight. The reason I picked Phil Knight is because he created my favorite company that makes athletic attire such as shirts, jackets, shorts, socks, underwear, hats, gloves, watches, glasses, wallets, goggles, sweat pants, and my favorite shoes. I’m sure there are a lot of other things they make but those are just the ones that I buy from them. Phil Knight started when he was around twenty six years old. He was going to school for his MBA at Stanford in the early '60s, Knight took a class with Frank Shallenberger.
Frank Shepard Fairey a contemporary artist whose art is currently on an exhibition at the ICA, in Boston and is gaining a great amount of attention due to his art and other media issues surrounding him. Shepard Fairey was born February on 15, 1970, in Charleston, South Carolina. (“Shepard Fairey: Bio...”, par.1) Mr. Fairey is the son of a physician; he fell in love with making art at age 14(Essaak, par.5). Fairey attended Rhode Island School Design; he majored in illustration during his years in RISD. During his time there he created the original ‘Andre the Giant posses’ sticker (“Shepard Fairey: Bio...”,par.5).
Tanglewood Paper Case 1 Tanglewood Paper Case 1 Strategic Staffing HRM594 November 9, 2013 Dr. Brunell Carden Introduction Tanglewood was founded in Spokane, Washington by two best friends, Tanner Emerson and Thurston Wood in 1975. They initially named the company TannerWood with the concept of a single store that sold outdoor clothing and equipment that they designed. As a result of the stores unique merchandise and good customer service, the store was successful which enabled Emerson and Wood to open several stores in the 1970s. Overtime their merchandise offerings expande as well. In 1984, they renamed the store Tanglewood and decided to spread out to the northwest.
After reading Jib Fowles’ “Advertisings Fifteen Basic Appeals,” I am able to analyze almost any article advertisement, and distinguish the appeals in the image that are portrayed by companies to sell to consumers. In Jim Fowles’ article, he lists and explains the clever and influencing appeals companies effectively use in their advertisements. It is the attractive appeal that causes a consumer to go out and purchase products or services. These appeals are strategically placed in the advertisement for any given type of reader. For example, in a parental magazine, one would find advertisements containing children’s needs.
In these events, fashion kids would display their new fashion trends, which would make potential customers to purchase fashion kids products. In addition, website hosting was depicted in the article as an effective marketing strategy. Marketing Elements One of the marketing elements indicated in the article is the brand image. In this, Raj used the photos he took from Sunita’s party, on fashion kids, to market his Vodka product. This is because fashion kids had a strong brand image.
Mission joins the player's party after encountering her in the Under City on Taris. In an interview with Comic Vine, Taber describes her character as "in the 'scoundrel' class so I really wanted to put some Han Solo in there. Schwindler; dear brother of Katheryn Schwindler; caring son in law of John and Brenda Clemens. Also, survived by a host of loving family members and friends.. Vancouver's Robert Tucker, who helped to organize that city's first Indie I Do wedding show this year, says it isn't just dyed in the hemp crafters looking for fresh ideas. "From what we saw, it was a mix of people who were indie and also more mainstream couples looking for things they could incorporate into their wedding,"
HOWARD TANGYE ILLUSTRATION ESSAY Howard Tangye -Australian Born -expressionist, mixed media works -His background in fashion completed a bachelor at Central St Martins before completing a post-grad degree at Parsons school of Design in New York -Now a senior lecturer and head of womenswear on the BA fashion course at Central St Martins. -Taught copious amounts of renowned designers and still draws for the likes of Dior and John Galliano. -heavily inspired by Egon Schiele -uses jiggered lines, careful use of colour to illustrate contorted body shapes and capture the essense of his subjects -often draws from life -“drawing is a bit like falling in love by unrequited” I think my drawing style has evoled with and been affected