Showing posts from 2015

Two Sides To A Coin That Changes The World

Hope and Innocence are two sides to one coin that is thrown into an endless well known as our world. Hope and innocence are two very hard concepts to define. We know it when we see it but putting words together to define it is hard. As usual when we, humans, find something hard to define we like to compare it and give enough examples until the examples becomes it's definition. Recently in class we talked about Lord of The Flies and if all innocence must be lost if we have to survive.  My opinion: No.  (now at this point you either don't have an opinion so you keep on reading, or you agree or disagree so you continue to read or you are not really interest so you stop, but I suggest you keep reading) Innocence for me is when you have not been exposed to the world or matured enough to see the bad things in this world. I have been traveling since I was three months old so I have seen many different cultures but up until the age of eleven everything was great. Then

The Future of Cars... Still a Future?

Cars. What is it? Car: /kär/ a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people. (According to Google of course) That's the definition of a car. From the invention of the car in 1886 till today, 2015, a lot has changed in both the car industry and the world in general. I don't know about you but car expectations for my generation has definitely gone up in many aspects that did not even exist back then.   You might wonder why you should care about a 13 year olds expectations ... well here is your answer: We are the future of this world (whether you like it or not). Whether it is technology or politics or culture. What ever the older generations have done we are the ones to carry on or change the world.  I have been to a lot of my parents meetings and conferences and i have noticed a term that suddenly faded into the background. M2M. A lot of people over think this concept. The acrony

The Final Master Piece... "The Legacy"

" The Legacy " This is a drawing I drew just recently during my music history class.  We spent the class watching a video on the roots of American music like Jazz, Blues and Country. They mentioned legacy. This does not happen often for me, but sometimes a certain words stays in my head and I cannot help it. This is one of them.  "The Legacy" by Sneha Prasad Alam 13th October 2015 (drawn on the 9th October 2015) I am not sure what style to put this art under, but lately graffiti sounds really interesting. Growing up graffiti has always had a negative connotation. I think its another form of art. Expressing your opinion on something you believe and think deserves to be seen. I have seen some amazing graffiti art. One that stood out to me was this tiger with butterfly wings behind it. These graffitis make the cities are more interesting place to walk. In Little Havana, Miami they have street art representing the Cuban culture as well as the Americ

My Personal Definition of Art

Art can be made by anyone and can be anything To me art represents something significant to the artist or the world around them. Take the Golden age of art when realistic art was popular. Rembrandt painted the Nachtwacht where he used the effect of light and dark (chiaroscuro) to show who the main people in the painting were.  Or COBRA art. It changed art. Abstract art is really different and beautiful. Many people see different thing and the colors could show the mood of the painter. It's a mystery. You shouldn't try to figure out what is means it's like poetry don't force the meaning out of it. That would kill it. Let the painting speak to you instead. there is no right or wrong because it is art.  Let your eyes scan the the art work and see what you think it is and don't try too hard. If you do you'll never truly see its beauty. Frida Kahlo represented her life by incorporating nature  and animals to show her pain and thoughts. Paintings do