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Makeup: The Remake

Makeup: The Remake

Ellie Fitton, Angie Cummings, Isabel Hadly, and Tyler Varner

March 19, 2019


Filed under Arts

Makeup in the 21st century represents more than constructing a “pretty face”. It is a developing art form which is constantly evolving into an industry which better serves a world of growing beauty diversity.

Shift in Perspective

Shift in Perspective

Ellie Fitton, Neive Wellington, Rosa Schaefer Bastian, and Grace Rowell

March 19, 2019


Filed under Arts

The artistic perspective known as the “male gaze” has made its mark on countless art forms throughout history, but recently a new outlook has emerged.

Censor This, #%@*!

Censor This, #%@*!

Ashley Guo, Kimi Lillios, and Tamar Ponte

March 18, 2019


Filed under Arts

Controversial and sexual expressions of art are the most frequent targets of censorship crusades, fostering the fine line between offensive content and an artists power to convey their unfiltered messages. As many platforms within society continue to block artwork that is deemed offensive, this cens...

Seeing the Invisible

Seeing the Invisible

Ashley Guo, Sophie Jacob, Kimi Lillios, and Isabella Moussavi

March 18, 2019


Filed under Arts, Featured on Home Page

Science continues to be a field of infinite uncertainty as individuals interchange between research ventures and artistic visions to capture nature’s exuding radiance. Whether it be through the visualizations of magnetic imaging resonance pattern scans (MRI) scans or photography through the microscope,...

The Man Behind the Sunglasses: Karl Lagerfeld

The Man Behind the Sunglasses: Karl Lagerfeld

Maddie Yen, Tyler Varner, and Jessica Weiss

March 14, 2019


Filed under Arts

Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion mastermind with a  ponytail as white and elegant as the cat in his arms, looms large in the memory of the fashion industry. His undeniably iconic nature is seen in the wake of his passing on February 19, 2019, leaving a fortune of $300 million to his cat, Choupett...

Cut From The Curriculum

Charlotte Amsbaugh and Patille Papas

February 12, 2019


Filed under Arts

Floating around the classroom in a vibrant blue shirt, Kate Mckenzie is hard to miss. Her classroom is smattered with student work, paint brushes and tools; with countless students milling about, McKenzie still stands out from the rest. “The thing about being an art teacher is it’s all about working one on one wit...

Artist of the Month: SoundClout

Artist of the Month: SoundClout

Hazel Shah, Gigi Tierney, Tyler Varner, and Maddie Yen

December 19, 2018


Filed under Artist of the Month, Arts

Music is, and always has been, a form of expression that captivates both artists and listeners. Many artists find music to be an outlet in which they can express themselves and their thoughts. Paly students Alfredo Jack (‘20), Raymond Richards (‘20) and Liam Teare (‘21) who refer to themse...

Hybrid Art

Hybrid Art

Hazel Shah, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under Arts

How famous art is transformed into intriguing and creative collages using Photoshop Johannes Vermeer's painting, Girl with a Pearl Earring, is layered underneath a photo of a women smoking a cigarette Even those who aren't familiar with art know of the greats; Da Vinci, Picasso, Van Gogh and many more. It’s hard to pass by one of their art pieces without stopping and staring ...

Optimal Offices

Optimal Offices

Jaime Furlong, Lia Salvatierra, and Hazel Shah

December 14, 2018


Filed under Arts

The celebrated television series “The Office” depicts bleak cubicles, bland floor arrangements and undecorated walls, a style that greatly deviates from the advancing office design revolution that has been visibly mobilizing within the Silicon Valley. This movement, stemming from a combination of...

Pace Gallery

Pace Gallery

Mahati Subramaniam, Claire Li, and Tyler Varner

December 12, 2018


Filed under Arts

Photos by Claire Li and courtesy of Pace gallery In the Bay Area, the Pace Gallery has become synonymous with dreamlike, multicolored lights scattering down walls like rain. However, this past exhibit is only one of many to be displayed at the various Pace Gallery locations around the world. The f...

The Tale of the Tape

The Tale of the Tape

Theo Lim-Jisra and Isabella Moussavi

December 12, 2018


Filed under Arts

Years ago, movies and albums cost 20 dollars a piece and music was clunky. Most people today cannot imagine what this experience is since modernizing forms of technology have allowed us to consistently take the availability of technological entertainment for granted. When queueing up Netflix or Youtube...

East in the West

East in the West

Ellen Chung and Isabella Moussavi

December 6, 2018


Filed under Arts

Warm and muted tones fill the background of a Lo-fi music video. An animated character sits squarely in the center of the scenery as the gentle trum of a melody permeates the air. The unique characteristics found in east asian culture can now be found around the world, and throughout American commercial...