Brothers’ is the only Full-Service Men’s Barbershop of its kind in Muncie. It’s not just a barbershop, it’s not just a haircut. They truly believe that men need the fellowship of other men, and that we are all part of the one, wonderfully made, human race. The vision of Brothers’ Barbershop is to provide an atmosphere where walls are broken down and men can meet together and have fellowship of all nations. The barbershop is one of the oldest professions where this can naturally take place.
Ramen Ray is a family-owned ramen shop located in Indianapolis. The “ray” in Ramen Ray is a reference to sun rays.
Ramen Ray restaurant is located near a lot of factories and offices in Indianapolis. Having a food truck provides ramen lovers the most convenient way to get ramen. The truck exterior is wrapped with a large photo of a bowl of ramen, bold brush style text, and iconic Ramen Ray yellow texture background. It serves as a large moving billboard and drawing new costumers. A menu board is placed on the side of the truck. Customers can read the menu while ordering food through the opened window.
Different than most American food, a bowl of ramen has three components (noodles, topping, and broth). Ramen Ray’s to-go container is three small ceramic-like plastic bowls and a detachable cardboard box, with a handle. When packing food for the customer, the three small plastic bowls can be stacked on top of each other inside the box. Along the sides of the interior of the cardboard box, are the chopsticks.
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Mayor’s Arts Awards
The Muncie Arts and Culture Council in conjunction with the City of Muncie, celebrated the 2017 Mayor’s Arts Awards September 26, 2017 at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. The goal of this program is to help cultivate greater visibility and understanding of the value of the arts, as well as grow new leadership and new patrons of the arts.
The award ceremony was rebranded by Studio 165 (An immersive design class at Ball State University).
Team members: Sean Chen, Karissa Place, Anna Weddle, Tia Zook, Natalie Rokosz, Jessica Hord
The Red Rooster is a neighborhood specialty food & wine market. The market is built around the love of phenomenal food, the people who passionately produce it, and the rest of people who can’t wait to get their hands on it.
Access to communities and activities are of vital importance to all the members of a community—including those with disabilities. Art Museums are places with multifaceted exhibits that showcase concepts and excite our senses. Accessibility design must be incorporated in every Museum experience because people with disabilities form a part of the museums’ diverse audience.
This artist book serves as a documentary of my life. The hand bound book has wooden cover that represents the ongoing life; the cut out figures on each page appear as myself at different age, the drawings on other side of the page are important life events that happened at that age.