Posts tagged: art
How Art analysis helps build and develop real life skills…
Commission information can be found: HERE
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(Not limited to Hetalia characters.)
Shoulders-up (Additional characters: £1)
Lines only: £2
Waist-up (Additional characters: £2)
Lines only: £4
Full-body (Additional characters: £3)
(Please note: Flying Mint bunny doesn’t count as an additional character and therefore wouldn’t cost anything.)
Lines only: £6
—Added background: £2 (Example below)
Great diagrams/ tips for illustrating Expressions, Legs, and Hands on Male and Female bodies.
Lisa is a London based creative – working across the spectrum of creative/art direction, styling, illustration, creative still life & editorials features.
Bringing a fresh, eclectic yet chic direction to her styling and art directing, finding in every project and client a specfic point of view and strength.
Submerging in the concept; creating a narrative/visuals and enjoying the chance to develop something to its utmost possibilities.
Have a look at her incredible work on her website….http://www.lisajahovic.com/
Will 3D printing change the world?
'….from passive consumer to active creator'
This Tattoo studio comes up with innovative print ad.
Bryan Cranston as Walter White #BreakingBad
#bcotmedia students - remember you can use The Dairy and the Art Department to create your posters and viral campaign art-work.
This amazing cloud installation is from the mind of visionary artist, Tomás Saraceno. Tomás debuted this piece at Andersen’s Contemporary Berlin with sculpture, photographs and videos. He lays the work perfectly with these geometric shapes for this experimental piece. This installation was more of an interesting prelude to real piece that he showcased in NYC. Tomás goes on to say “By means of the image of foam you can show that the small forms protect us against fusion with the mass and the corresponding hypersociologies. In this sense, foam theory is a polycosmology.“ Be sure to check out more of his compositions after the jump.
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Eiko Ishioka’s #costume design for Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula
The Semiotics of Contemporary Feminine Beauty.
@equalsequence Music Video by #bcotmedia students Dan and Nathan AKA Red Roots Productions
Surrealism is a movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings.
If something is surreal it has an oddly dreamlike quality, fantastic imagery and incongruous juxtapositions (two or more elements put together for contrast)
Surrealist works feature the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and non-sequitur (that which does not follow) - often used in humour.