Looking Glass Design
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Mara Jevera Fulmer

Looking Glass Design is an online Art & Design portfolio and consultancy featuring the work of Mara Jevera Fulmer and associated artists. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your design project or commissioned art work.

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Writings & Musings

From time to time, we like to share our thoughts on a wide variety of subjects. Sometimes it is "creative writing" and sometimes it is creative rants. And sometimes it's even important work that may make you think differently about a subject. Our favorite is writing about issues of visual language and crossing cultures in a variety of contexts. New material and articles are added regularly on the issues of visual language and communication across cultures.

Enjoy, send your comments, return for more...

An Expat's Journal ~ Stories from the edge...

Se(a) Crossings: A thesis essay~ on one designer's effort to make ripples of change

Read•Think•Stand ~ A poetic interpretation of the coup in Fiji.

Foreign No More ~ A Community College Group’s Voyage of Discovery
of Citizenship in a Global Village.

A Virtual Artistic & Cultural Exchange ~ A look at how the internet might
enable an artistic and cultural bridge.

Graphics in Paradise ~ Lessons on being a graphic artist in the Pacific.

Patterns of the Ancients: Fijian Tapa cloth ~ A traditional art form meets
20th Century economics.

Comet Visual Language: 19th Century Comet in Fiji ~Article on use of symbols in tapacloth designs to capture oral history in the 1800s.

Fiji Museum Design Plan ~ A South Pacific Approach to Multicultural Design.

"Symbols & Patterns of Grassroots Culture in the Fiji Islands" ~ illustrated anthology
of visual symbols in Fiji by Mara Jevera Fulmer
. Available for purchase.

Study in Group Formation ~ A post-trip study of the Fiji Study Tour 2001.

Also visit Mara's Blog for a informal observations on life in and outside the classroom.

An additional blog was started earlier called Mara's Creative Process Blog and can also still be accessed.