Sunday Funnies 6: Visualize a Quote

On September 12, 1962 JFK addressed Rice University about the “space race”. In the speech he talks about the power of the human spirit. He disuses the challenges that the human race have faced and overcome. I tried to represent this same tone in my “Sunday Funny“. I wanted to show the progression of human knowledge and accomplishments.

Jfk speech


Kennedy, John. “JFK RICE MOON SPEECH.” JFK RICE MOON SPEECH. 12 Sept. 1962. Web. 21 Mar. 2015. <>.

Image Citations:

Nihi, Chado. Evening Lake Glow Big Moon Finland. Digital image. Pixabay. 21 Feb. 2015. Web.

Tps, Dave. Mount Fuji Japan Mountains Landmark. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 July 2014. Web.

Images, Wiki. Moon Walk Astronaut Astronaut Suit. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 Mar. 2012. Web.

Images, Wiki. Rocket Launch Smoke Rocket Take off. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 Mar. 2012. Web.

659, Jma. Sphinx Pyramids Historic Egypt. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 May 2014. Web.

1962, Krakauer. Stonehenge Stone Circle England. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 Oct. 2014. Web.

Gib, Saran. Taj Mahal Unesco Site World Wonder. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 July 2014. Web.

Castigatioxes. Eiffel Tower Paris France Tower. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 Nov. 2014. Web.

Jansen, Patty. Sydney Opera House Australia. Digital image. Pixabay. 20 June 2014. Web.


Visual Note Taking

Sunday Funnies 3

Sunday Funnies 3: Visual Note Taking

I did my visual note taking for chemistry 142. In class we talked about things such as unit cells, lattice points, and phase diagrams. I tried to the best of my not-so-artistic ability to give representations of each of these. I used chemistry because a visual diagram is very useful in chemistry. Transferring my thoughts into pictures really helped me gain a better understanding of unit cells and lattice points. This is the first time I have used visual note taking, but I believe I will use it frequently in the future.

The graph in the top left below “chem 142” is a phase diagram. Instead of writing in each space “solid, liquid, gas” respectively, I decided to draw how the molecules appear in each phase. Directly to the right of the phase diagram is a three dimensional sketch of a unit cell. It has a lattice point in the corners and makes up a total of one atom. Below the phase diagram and unit cell is the formula used to calculate the volume of the unit cell. Because the atoms are spheres it is the formula for the volume of a sphere. I played on the name pi and drew a picture of a pie.