Mark's Clam Chowder
(butter, celery, flour, half and half, clams, onions, black pepper, potato, salt)
Mark's Nearly Famous Sloppy Joes
(barbecue sauce, ground beef, black pepper, brown sugar, celery, parsley, green pepper, ketchup, lemon juice, liquid smoke flavoring, onions, salt, white vinegar, worcestershire sauce, mustard)
Mathews' Bristol Street Directory 1871
Weare's Buildings, York Road, Bedminster
Weare's Gardens, Newfoundland Lane
Weare Street, Bath Road to St Luke’s Road
Mrs Crook, shopkeeper
George Osborne, grocer, etc
Mary Ann Cole, ginger beer manufacturer
William Osborne, boot maker
St. Luke's National School In 1898 for boys, girls and infants. Also noted that there was a Binding and Printing Nursery in connection with it. Demolished 1972. Some members of staff as listed in directories, etc: Mr Shears (Master), Mrs Corke and Miss F Johnson (Mistresses) 1885 Mr Tempest (Master), Miss F Johnson and Miss F Morse (Mistresses) 1898
Notes: In January 1886 George Furse, a boy who had been engaged to clean the school, was charged at Bristol Police Court with stealing 10s 6d from the drawer of Mr John Shears, the schoolmaster. Mr Shears stated that he had been a very good boy at the school and asked the court to deal leniently with him. He was sentenced to 10 strokes of the birch.
Magazine ads for the Wikipedia campaign.
Many people tend to view Wikipedia as an unreliable source of information because anyone can edit entries on the website.
Our concept was to present an everyday person as an "expert" on a specific subject in order to show that whether the information comes from a university professor or from an avid gamer, it is still reliable.
Each piece shows a straight view of each persona and a mind map of their thought process. We felt this approach humanizes the experience of Wikipedia.
The campaign consists of three magazine ads, two posters, one t-shirt, one direct mailer, and a tv-spot (not shown).
Our tag reads: "I  wikipedia"
The brackets around the word "edit" are a reference to the brackets around the edit links on the actual wikipedia site.
Art Direction II Assignment
Professor: Holly Shields
Art Directors: Mike E. Perez, Mark Decker, Jacob Brubaker
Model: Linsey Metcalf
In the later 1880s, Willard "Willy" Metcalf visited and summered four times at Giverny, northwest of Paris. Giverny had been home to the famous impressionist Claude Monet since 1883. Although Metcalf knew the older French painter, it was the rustic village itself that drew the young American to the area. The calm structure of Giverny's plowed fields, stone-walled roads, and tile-roofed farmhouses fascinated many painters. Here, several building eaves and crop lines point toward the shimmering orb of a full moon rising through rosy clouds over the eastern horizon...Sunset imparts a yellow warmth to the stuccoed walls, while the complementary color of violet marks the lengthening shadows of late afternoon. The deep blue-greens of the foreground bushes similarly balance and contrast with the red-oranges of the terracotta roofs...Metcalf traveled incessantly, painting Italian villages in the Tuscan hills, Arab markets in Tunisia, and Zuni pueblos in New Mexico. Despite his...