Anna Tsybulnyk

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The Fly Comic

Out of many stories that I have heard and read in my art history class, one stood out to me in particular. The story is called “The Fly” written by Katherine Mansfield. This story is not only pleasant to read… Continue Reading →

The GDC Project

GDC is a non-profit organization that has much to offer for its members. They are a great resource to provide students with scholarships and mentorship opportunities. However, GDC has been struggling to communicate their values to the young adult/student audience…. Continue Reading →

Comparing hands-on work vs working digitally

Since I was a baby and could hold a pencil, my hands-on work has begun. It was present in school including anything I have written or drawn. The traditional painting has also been the first art form I’ve been introduced… Continue Reading →

Decolonising Idea Rationale

This project is focusing on raising awareness amongst high school and unive students about the first nations culture. We wanted this project to be useful in the classroom environment, therefore, we focused on poetry written by indigenous writers. We attempted… Continue Reading →

Glossary vocabulary

Amplification through simplification – The simpler the visual, the easier it is to relate to it (what cartoon is for Scott McCloud. Bleeding – panels run off the edge of the frame and don’t contain time. Time escapes into space… Continue Reading →

Resume for Hallmark Rationale

This resume has been designed specifically for Hallmark summer internship. Hallmark creates lots of beautiful cards for different celebratory occasions. They appreciate handwritten fonts and so for my resume I have decided to handwrite the titles on my resume. It… Continue Reading →

Layers of Design

This poster has been created to reflect my design personality and explain my sustainability practices. I chose the onion imagery because “onion” was my nickname back at my home country due to my last name. Onion is also a layered… Continue Reading →

In-Class Essay Revision

In English 100, we looked at different housing problems that lower class has to face. This essay reflects on the issues addressed in “This is Not a Slum” article by Matias Echanove and based on the text, I  wrote an… Continue Reading →

About Me

  My name is Anna Tsybulnyk. I’ve been raised in Ukraine, the town of Kharkov, where I have spent most of my life. Since both of my parents were creative people, my own creativity started to show in my drawings…. Continue Reading →

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