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As part of our ongoing mission to feature great artists, we are proud to bring you some of our favorite creative selections of student work for the month of April. So enjoy your tour of the Kadenze halls. We know you’re going to love what you discover as much as we do.

Comics: Art in Relationship

Yasmin Flores

What you see here are three different slices of Yasmin Flores’ life, combined into one cohesive story. And the coolest part? The perspectives of her dog and “other half” are what make up this narrative illustration.

Loop: Repetition and Variation in Music

Sarah Bly

Prepare to have your minds wander off to imaginative places, while listening to this eerie composition. It has that Tim Burton effect.

Fashion Style Icons and Designing From Historical Elements

Cristiane Rodrigues Neves

Many fashion designers define what they do as “solving a problem,” which first requires getting to the root of it. In this fairly new course we’ve launched with Otis College of Art and Design, fashion history is the central focus. This particular assignment involved identifying a contemporary designer whose past collections were influenced by historical inspiration. Cristiane Neves found similarities between these two looks: the first being a princess gown by Moschino, and the second being a vintage dress of the same silhouette, by Charles Frederick Worth.

Physics-Based Synthesis for Games and Interactive Systems

Don Veca

Sounds a bit like Galaga, doesn’t it? Gamers obsessed with the classics will enjoy these sounds created using modal / physical modeling synthesis.

We hope you enjoyed the featured student work for the month of April. Want to see more? Check out our posts from February and March. Maybe you’ll see your work featured in May!