Remix Cards

Pretty In Pink

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Molly taught us all that everything is prettier in pink, so make that assignment more pink somehow, either literally or metaphorically.

Jump Shrimp

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Find a completed assignment and create it’s oxymoron, something that is contradictory to what was made.

Where’s Waldo? It.

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For this remix assignment, you want to place Waldo somewhere conspicuous in a Visual or Design Assignment or slip his name quickly into an audio assignment. If you can figure out a way to make this work for Video, God Bless You.

Infomercialize It

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Redo an assignment to be like a bad infomercial. YOU SHOULD SHOUT OUT HOW WONDERFUL IT IS! You should be calling 1-800-BUY-JUNK to order it! But wait, you get more…

Stuffy Art Critic

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Put on your elbow patches, strike a dramatic pose, and give an assignment an over the top critique as delivered by an art snob.

What’s The Prequel?

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What is the backstory? Prequels are the Hollywood rage as followups to movies, so for this remix, develop the prequel story and generate it in the same format as the original. Bonus points for explaining a disturbed childhood or an early force of development. Just leave out Jar Jar Binks.

Subtle Switcheroo

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Take an assignment and alter it very slightly. Make one small change or multiple changes. Just make sure they aren’t too obvious. Think about those “side-by-side photos in magazines, can you spot the 10 differences between the two?” type deal. Think about letting your audience know how many changes there are so they can look for them all. You’d be amazed at what people notice and what they subconsciously choose to overlook!

Mood Swap

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Flip the mood of the assignment. If it’s light, make it dark. If it’s sad, make it happy. If it’s exhilarating, make it not so exhilarating.

Play It Backward, Jack: The Sequel

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“Play It Backward, Jack” already tasked you to make a video and reverse it. You’d be surprised how weird it looks. But you’ll be even more surprised when someone takes YOUR assignment and reverses it.

Add a Sidekick

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Add a sidekick. Any media medium. Introduce what you think the main figures sidekick should be into the work.