Tuesday, April 22, 2008

324. Audience Skull

Arranged Poster Board & Students. My friend Aaris invited me to speak to the graphic design students at St. John's University in Queens, where she teaches. As part of my lecture I had the students help with today's skull. I recreated my early 8 x 8 Skull:
by having the students hold up squares of white poster board (with black poster board sitting in the seats between them, since there weren't enough people to hold them all). I wasn't sure what the lecture space would look like when I planned this so I was a bit lower and closer than I expected, but even distorted I think it's still fairly skull-like. Thanks to fan Neil who suggested this one on the Skull-A-Day Facebook page, and thanks to the students and faculty of St. Johns for playing along!

12 comments:

Elin said...

This is wicked cool.

I just voted for you in the webbys - you're in the lead!!!

igor said...

i like this idea... id like to see something bigger... with your facebook group and all, you should try a flashmob skull next time you are in NYC

Mica said...

Turned out great - I especially like the legs sticking out the bottom of the image! Flash mob skull yea!

Lauren said...

Happy to contribute to your skull Mr. Scalin!!! I was way in the back. Looks great! Thanks for the inspiring, informative lecture today.

Another Limited Rebellion said...

Working on a bigger one. Details soon!

Tatman said...

Nicely done! Next stop.....the Super Bowl!

Kim said...

Yay! I love eight by eight skull! <3

Mim said...

Won't this be a really cool memory to have of one's school experience?! It'll be like when I talk about the potter Peter Voulkos coming to demonstrate in our ceramics class. Yay, Noah.

Tim said...
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Tim said...

Looks great! How about something like this next time? ;-)

artisttobe said...

This was so much fun. Loved the lecture, and it was great getting to be in one of the skulls!

-The girl in Row 5, three seats from the left

j said...

the true meaning of audience participation!