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Some animals spotted wandering on the streets around the world during the lockdown.
As a broke of college art-school student, here is my guide to save most of your money in Silver Spring, MD! You start off with your classes at the Cafritz center! After a long day of classes and drawing, you get a little hungry right? Here are your options - 711: Instant ramen, mini beef tacos, some chips and water; fine dining wouldn't you say? The Big Greek Cafe: They sell fresh Gyro's for only 5$ on Wednesdays! Kaldi's Cafe: Your main caffeine supply, if you get to know the baristas you might get lucky and get an extra espresso shot in your cappuccino. (shoutout Casen and Kathy) Fortunately for me I use to work at the Starbucks in the corner, so I occasionally get free food. Usually don't go there cause it's kind of a walk from school. (shoutout ash and rein) Or maybe you're ready to purchase some overpriced art supplies? Head over the Plaza Art Store and preemptively apologize to your wallet. (The people at Plaza are actually great staff that do their best to give you the best discounts, shoutout to Theo) Library is a pretty nice place to study; lots of window. Planet fitness, cause fitness is great. and that's about it
It's set in a video game where you earn points by collecting objects and defeating monsters, and to win you need to reach your virus-free home.
Working from isolation has definitely changed the way I use technology in a big way. Before, my day revolved around my students, the bells, my classes. Now it seems (almost) everything I do is connected to a different piece of technology. I wake up, eat, teach, work out, plan, and talk to others with a different device. But in the middle of my day, if I'm lucky, I get a little time to disconnect, unwind, and relax.
An ode to all the graduates of 2020 who aren't able to have a traditional ceremony due to covid-19. This piece depicts the importance of technology during this time from zoom to emails to texts and shows how we are able to stay connected despite not being able to be physically together.
We were wearing down the treads of our shoes and psyches from walking in our neighborhood. A recent social media post about a labyrinth from a friend forced us to change - or escape - our scenery. We took our shoes and our psyches on a trek to find the mythical labyrinth. We found it on our third trip to the park. Three is a charm.
My life living in locked-down London during the Corona-virus. The Central London area is geographically accurate, but I have sculpted the letters “London” into it. Conversely, the roads, and my journey are not accurately depicted - merely illustrated (where I shop will remain my secret!)
A collection of experiences as an Asian American during Covid-19.
This map is a personal project reflecting on how my world has become reduced to these little boxes of space, but this map acts as a reminder to what we can do to try to stay calm and find moments of peace during lockdown life.