Happy Halloween everyone, its the day for spooks and this is actually my favorite holiday as I’m a big lover of horror and stuff like that. To celebrate this holiday I made a Halloween themed art piece of one of my personas in a witch outfit. I usually don’t do much for backgrounds but I thought this could be an exception.
I’m learning all about the potential to be exploited in the digital media industry. And the cruel mindset that artists should not want to make money, but should only care about creating art.
I can’t wait to work in the digital media industry.
Its spooky time my friends! Threw this together to play around a bit. Have a safe weekend whether you’re celebrating or not! 💜💜
Despite all the advances of modern civilization, the human brain remains mostly the same as it was hundreds
Played among us for the first time today…🔪✨
Sorry for the poor quality!
Here I am back from the dead with my shenanigans
When I first began studying about technology and digital media, my first instinct was that I was inherently going against my belief system. My morals were anti-consumerist and environmentally driven sustainability; technology felt to me like the antithesis of eco-sustainability, and to me it still feels like digital technology and environmental stability exists in two different spheres. The aspiration behind technology is the desire for immediate and future efficiency, the principal intention for technological advancement is for the purpose for increased global manufacturing. While this is absolutely a win for mankind, is it a win for the earth we live on and the helpless beings that we devastate along the way?
I want to dedicate a tag on this blog (sustainabilityoverthedesktop, check it out) to write about my findings and my opinions about technology in correlation to the environment and sustainability. While it’s no question that technology hurts the environment, I feel it’s equally important to celebrate the eco-conscious companies that use the tool as a way to minimise the harmful and unnecessary human footprint on the earth. It is important to know, realise and acknowledge the inevitable progress of humanity and the morals and immoral that comes with it.