Browsing All posts tagged under »Art«

Inspiration can come from anywhere

June 16, 2010


…including some random blog you’re reading that has links to photos of old, unused WWII British propaganda posters. I just made this poster (literally, just made it)–it took less than 30 minutes and is geometrically nearly identical to the original with the exception of the wording. I found the font, Underground, as a download from […]


April 21, 2010


i recently designed a series of logos for a couple of student groups at the university. here they are in all of their splendor:    IGPI, the interdisciplinary graduate program in informatics     GISo, The Graduate Informatics Society (they later made me add an additional “o”)    Finally, the Data Mining at Iowa Group:

At semester’s end…

December 21, 2008


At semester’s end, I can again look forward to thinking about non-academic interests. Finally, I’ll have time to approach the Mandarin-learning CDs that were given to me six months ago. Finally, I’ll have time again to paint a bit. Finally, I’ll have time to read all of those not-quite-relevant-enough-to-course-work-yet-still-interesting journal articles that have been languishing […]

Your daily dose of links

May 9, 2008


Martin Klimas The Gardens of St. Benjamin …and from FFFFOUND: <<< Caution: This site is wikipedian in its potential to waste great swaths of time. >>> …Firefox users: Try installing Linky to help […]

Steve gets it

March 25, 2008

0 in particular: and many, many others…

Sketches in charcoal and pencil

March 15, 2008


Find below a few more sketches; these were made in a life-drawing course I enjoyed as an undergraduate. (All are copyright (c) 2008 by Aaron Hefel.)

Sketches in oil

March 15, 2008


Find below a few sketches I made since (or during) some of my undergraduate art courses. Okay, so most of these are closer to 4×5 feet in dimension! (All are copyright (c) 2008 by Aaron Hefel.)