This is a panorama made of 11 different images and stitched together using Photoshop. It was taken at sunset on a backroad in between American Falls and Rockland, Idaho in a place called Ferry Hollow. Camera – NIKON D3300 Aperture – f/8 Focal Length- 38mm Shutter Speed – 1/1000s
This is a Calligram, a picture made entirely out of words.
The Archway for the Jack the Ripper calligram is made up of many different elements. The top two tiers “Welcome to the East End” is in reference to where the murders took place. The third tier says “The Canonical Five” in reference to the five women that were confirmed to be killed by The Ripper (Mary Ann Nichols, Catherine Eddows, Annie Chapman, Mary Jane Kelly, & Elizabeth Stride). The bottom tier is the place and year that the murders took place, London 1888. Ripperology (the top-bottom tier) is a term given to those who study the Jack the Ripper Murders. The rest of the brick is filled in with text from the newspaper articles about the crimes.
This is a minimalistic movie poster from my favorite movie, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Mockup of a steampunk / sci-fi game logo…
The silhouette of the calligram is meant to represent Jack himself. His face is left blank because his identity is unknown. His top hat is made up of four different pieces. The first is the base (small text) which is made up of the taunting letters that he wrote to police. The second layer is the Saucy Jacky/Murderer layer, Saucy Jacky is what he signed his name as in the letters. The third and fourth pieces are the red sash that ties around his top hat. It is made of small letter text and a larger text that reads “Leather Apron” which was what the media had dubbed him. The main coat is made up of small text from the articles written by the media about the murders. Larger text is added on top to define the shape, this text is made up of phrases from the Ripper Letters and media articles.