I just finished the last day of my summer classes at Suffolk Community College. I guess it was good in keeping me on a pretty strict sleep schedule which will definitely come in handy next semester. Anyways here's a piece I did for my psych 101 class instead of writing a research paper. It's for an article from Psychology today that examines why we see some things as great art, like a Michelangelo sculpture, and others just kitsch, like a Santa Claus lawn ornament. The article also talked about how when our brain first processes visual information it actually looks a lot like a Mondrian painting which is why we are drawn towards lines and contrast. Whatever, here's the piece that I rushed out the night before it was due.