Food Pirates: An exploration of food, technology and the future through sequential art

Publication Year:
2017
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Repository URL:
https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/15245
DOI:
10.31274/etd-180810-4873
Author(s):
Alsbury, Bridgette
Publisher(s):
Iowa State University
Tags:
3D Printing; Comics; Sequential Narrative
thesis / dissertation description
This document serves as accompaniment and commentary for the exhibition, “Food Pirates. Food, Technology, Pirates and the Future” which was shown March 29th through April 9th, 2017 at Design on Main in Ames, Iowa. The work comprised of the first issue of the comic book series, Food Pirates. This document serves as a supplement to the exhibit, examining background material used to build the world the comic is set in, current and historical practices in the comics industry, influences, and processes used to create the finished work.This body of work is an exploration of what happens when I attempt to blend my need to build systems and organize chaos, with my love of technology, and the satisfaction I find in working with both words and images. It starts with a bunch of questions about food, the future, and pirates.