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I was such a freaking rockstar at this interview.
They (the principal and leadership team) clearly love me. They joked about how beautiful my...
Also, this school is fantastic. Despite it’s location. The neighborhood is actually a really good one. Safer then where I live to be honest.
Goal: make wall art for the blank wall in my bedroom
Supplies: 10 canvases (all 8x10), printer, ModPodge, acrylic sealer
Idea: Print antique map image(s), ModPodge onto canvases, hang on wall
Decisions to be made:
1. One large image broken into several pieces (i.e., this)? This was my original plan, but I’m having a hard time deciding what kind of map I want. I think I want a world map—I already have a large London Underground map and an antique-ish London skyline. I love Paris (it was my first real international experience) and think that Paris’ map is visually appealing, but I also think that’s cliche. Venice also has a cool map, but although I have visited and enjoyed Venice, I don’t think it has enough personal weight to be on my bedroom wall. Michigan’s map is a possibility. I already have a hand-painted Pittsburgh map I got from a local artist, and I don’t feel connected enough to Baltimore at this point to do a Baltimore map. A US map is also a possibility. Or perhaps a celestial map.
2. Lots of different small maps?
3. While image searching, some illuminated medieval manuscripts showed up in the results, and then I started thinking it would be awesome to have a collage of medieval manuscript pages on my wall. I studied medieval literature fairly extensively (I’m obnoxiously well-rounded) and think that this would be super cool. BUT I am not sure it would be as visually neat as Option #1.
I will be sure to keep you all posted.