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  • 1. Who loved swap cards?
  • 2. My mother used to collect these
  • 3. People sometimes collect the strangest things
  • 4. socks Photo source: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/taboo/galleries/weird-collections/at/surrounded-by- socks-57811/
  • 5. Photo source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/4162200/Dalmatian-obsessive-to- sell-collection-after-splitting-with-husband.html
  • 6. Still love collecting pictures
  • 7. Andrea Jenkins
  • 8. Aristotle Opera (Works) Printed on vellum by Andrea Torresanus and Bartolomeo de Blavis in Venice, 1483 Opening, Volume 2: Group of Philosophers Disputing by Girolamo da Cremona
  • 9. Herb Ritts
  • 10. Birds built a nest in a chandelier on the porch of Annie Brahler. Photo by Holly Abston.
  • 11. Photograph of a snowflake by Wilson Alwyn Bentley (ca. 1900)
  • 12. What is Pinterest?
  • 13. Pinterest is... A content curation platform which allows you to organise and share web content via images by pinning them into boards (folders). You can upload pictures, videos, or websites, pin them using a url, or repin content from other people on Pinterest.
  • 14. It's a bookmarking site
  • 15. It's a social network You follow people
  • 16. Yes, it's addictive
  • 17. Yes, Pinterest often looks like this
  • 18. or this
  • 19. or this
  • 20. But it can also look like this
  • 21. or this Melbourne cafes by Alexander Sheko
  • 22. or this
  • 23. or this Ernst Haeckel
  • 24. or this Wonders of the Ancient World - NYPL collection
  • 25. My Pinterest profile
  • 26. I use Pinterest to curate...
  • 27. images for a subject Art history
  • 28. images for a subject within a subject Urban Art
  • 29. images for a project - Year 9 Scavenger Hunt
  • 30. images for a theme - manhood
  • 31. images for a concept - connections
  • 32. images for reading promotion
  • 33. images for a presentation - Students blogging (voice)
  • 34. Video collection - Art videos (Gerhard Richter)
  • 35. not just images, web content
  • 36. video tutorials
  • 37. Art Ed project ideas http://pinterest.com/edelacruz/art-ed-project-ideas/
  • 38. collaborative collections
  • 39. Best part - the people!
  • 40. Follow experts to get the good stuff (Associate Director Metmuseum)
  • 41. Find a great board and follow the person
  • 42. Then check out who they're following
  • 43. Mission: Collect visual examples for Visual Design Communication
  • 44. You meet some very interesting people
  • 45. Collecting, curating and sharing online resources for Visual Communication Design 2013
  • 46. VisComm Libguide
  • 47. Graphic Design
  • 48. Architecture
  • 49. Architectural drawings
  • 50. Architectural details
  • 51. Interior design
  • 52. Data visualisation
  • 53. Sculpture - installation
  • 54. Typography
  • 55. Perspective http://pinterest.com/dsgran/perspective/
  • 56. Photography http://pinterest.com/kasplinko/yamamoto/
  • 57. specialised interests Vintage Czech design
  • 58. Russian Soviet design
  • 59. O - circular design starfish embyo. Repinned from Inspiration by Willemien de Villiers Robert Mangold. etceterablog.tumblr.comDixon Baxi.nuit-noir.tumblr.com
  • 60. Photo source: http://media-cache-ec5.pinterest.com/upload/35888128250976941_smc5kWwm.jpg No, it isn't
  • 61. What is your focus? Share what you see