1. Heartsole


    from Eleanor Sydelle Bailey / Added

    21 Plays / / 0 Comments

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    • Adam_Chernick_Cloth Walkway


      from Adam Chernick / Added

      104 Plays / / 0 Comments

      This is an animation created in Maya, Rendered with Mental Ray, and post processed in Adobe After effects. It is a network of mechanical objects connected with cloth in order to created a walkway system.

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      • Made@Pratt No 2: A Caryatid Table - Anthony Limauro (B.F.A. Fine Arts '15)


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        Sculpture student Anthony Limauro (B.F.A. Fine Arts ’15) referenced classical forms in the contemporary table that he created as part of his senior thesis project. With a glass and walnut top supported by four bronze caryatids, which are sculpted figures that serve as supports, his design explores the contrast between the classical sensibility of the dark, sculptural table legs and the cleaner, lighter finish of the rest of the piece. In a departure from the sculpted female caryatids found in classical architecture, Limauro created both male and female figures to serve as caryatids supporting the tabletop. Each one faces a different direction, offering a sense of movement to the piece that emphasizes his modern interpretation of the traditional.

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        • Conrad and The Steamplant


          from Dustin Cohen / Added

          131K Plays / / 142 Comments

          Conrad Milster, Pratt Institute’s chief engineer, has worked in the Brooklyn power plant nearly his entire adult life. Starting as a mechanic in 1958, he later became one of only four chief engineers in the plant’s 127-year history, taking over the official duties in 1965. He’s been there ever since. For the last six decades, Milster (now 79 years old) has lovingly maintained the nineteenth century steam engines that provide heat and hot water to Pratt’s campus. “We have our hands full,” says Milster. “If the plant stops in the winter, Pratt stops.” In addition, Conrad is the person behind the infamous “Pratt Cats,” responsible for the 12-14 felines that wander the campus and call the steam plant home. An important figure in Pratt’s history, Milster has extended his impact on the Pratt community through a generous gift—the Phyllis and Conrad Milster Endowed Scholarship—that provides scholarships in perpetuity to students in Pratt’s Industrial Design program. The scholarship is named for Milster and his late wife, Phyllis, who passed away in 2011. --- Filmed by Dustin Cohen, Autumn Eakin, and Christine Ng. Edited by Saela Davis. Coloring by Daniel Silverman at MPC. Sound Editing/Re-Recording by Chris Foster. And special thanks to Greencard Pictures, MergeLeft Reps, and Pratt Institute. See more photos here: http://www.dustincohen.com/STORIES/CONRAD-&-THE-STEAMPLANT/1/thumbs

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          • The unsaid


            from Julien Noguera / Added

            121 Plays / / 1 Comment

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            • Richmond by Nathan C. March


              from Nathan C. March / Added

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              • 2015 Pratt Institute Fashion Show


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                233 Plays / / 0 Comments

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                • Patch


                  from Dana Schlieman / Added

                  15 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  When she finds out her grandmother has just months to live, Erin tries to mend their tense relationship in the time they have left. Starring: Claire Karwowski Austin Nolte Written & directed by Dana Schlieman Sophomore Fiction final - Pratt Institute 2015

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                  • McCarthy's Journal


                    from Nick Shultz / Added

                    fiction final sophomore year

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                    • SQUIB TRAILER


                      from Sydney Clara Brafman / Added

                      269 Plays / / 2 Comments

                      COMING SOON

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