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Uncategorized / 28.02.2022

Surrealism rejects logic, reason, and natural order. It uses techniques such as dreamlike or ghostly qualities, juxtaposition (a method for rejecting harmony in their work) and incorporates surreal objects and subject matter. Dali uses these same techniques in his painting Soft Watch at the Moment of Explosion to intrigue his viewers and provoke thought. "the melting watch",1954 In his painting, Dali assimilates shadowy outlines of objects and uses the dreamlike quality in the way the watch twists and its broken pieces unexplainably float above it. Also, the ghostly way the watch drapes over one edge of the box as if melting. The...

ARD 608 / 27.02.2022

Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526 or 1527 - 7/11/1593) was an Italian painter best known for creating ingenious portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish, and books. These works constitute a separate category from his other productions. He was a conventional court portrait painter for the three Roman emperors in Vienna and Prague, creating also religious themes and, inter alia, a series of color drawings of exotic animals in the imperial menagerie. He specialized in grotesque, symbolic compositions of fruits, animals, landscapes, and various inanimate objects arranged in human forms. The dead portraits were clearly intended in part as...

ARD 608 / 26.02.2022

Rene Magritte was an internationally acclaimed surrealist artist of all time, yet it was not until his 50s, that he was finally able to reach some form of fame and recognition for his work. Rene Magritte described his paintings saying, "My painting is visible images which conceal nothing; they evoke mystery and, indeed, when one sees one of my pictures, one asks oneself this simple question, 'What does that mean?' It does not mean anything, because mystery means nothing, it is unknowable." René Magritte, 1928 René Magritte, 1946 René Magritte, 1928 René Magritte, 1952 What happens in Magritte's paintings is roughly the opposite of what the...

ARD 608 / 25.02.2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSqkpYMWkao Of the many films that were made about Dalí’s life and art, perhaps none captures his clownish personality paired with extraordinary artistry as effectively as Soft Self-Portrait of Salvador Dalí (1967). This “creative documentary” by director Jean-Christophe Averty and narrated in English by Orson Welles was shot on location at Dalí’s home in Port Lligat, Spain, and includes such arresting (and suitably “surrealistic”) scenes as Dalí ecstatically playing a piano filled with cats – a reconstruction of a ‘cat organ’ in which a line of cats is fixed in place with their tails stretched out underneath a keyboard so that the cats...

ARD 608, My Inspirations / 24.02.2022

During our trip around Catalonia, we visited Figueres. To be so close to the place where one of my favorite artists was born and not visit him, sin would be unforgivable. We took the train to Figueres from Barcelona. The journey lasted two hours. The whole city pulsates with Dali's surrealism and creativity. Dali's art became a trademark during his lifetime, a great media icon. His painting "The Persistence of Memory", also known as "Soft Clocks", has become a symbol of surrealism. This image was made when Dalí, after the dinner was over and the guests had left, sat and thought about...

ARD 608 / 24.02.2022

Tamara Łempicka (May 16, 1898 - March 18, 1980), better known as Tamara de Lempicka, was a Polish painter who spent her professional life in France and the United States. She is best known for her polished Art Deco. In 1911 Tamara moved to her relatives Stefa and Maurice Stifera to St. Petersburg. She studied drawing at the Academy of Fine Arts, and in the evenings she took an active part in social and cultural life. The Stifers took her to ballet performances at the Mariinsky Theater and to the private theater of the Yusupov princes, to elite recitals and...

ARD 604 Creative Futures / 24.02.2022

Summing up my research on the logos of various artists with a similar area of activity, I chose 4 that I like very much.When creating my own logo, I am going to create something similar. The best way to promote your brand is your own name, so I'm going to use this to create my logo. I know for sure that they are designed to be elegant and subdued to imply excellent quality. ...

ARD 604 Creative Futures, Uncategorized / 23.02.2022

People quickly catch the message that we consciously or unconsciously convey with the color of clothing. It looks exactly the same in the case of advertising, marketing and logo design. Color is of great importance in visual identification because properly selected can join a company to such a group of receipts that will elevate the brand high or which will significantly lower its clarity. Below are the colors along with the description and trademarks of popular brands. You probably remember the physics of Isaac Newton - the guy who, sitting under the apple tree, discovered gravity? It was he who published...

ARD 608 / 23.02.2022

My work will be a series of still lifes combining elements of artistic trends: Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Surrealism. The theme of the project will be compositions of still lifes, inscribed in an unreal, slightly oneiric world filled with elements inspired by painting and applied art of the aforementioned epochs.The main and guiding inspiration are the works of my beloved artist, Salvador Dali.I will take some inspiration from the work of Tamara Łępicka - in this case, I would like to achieve a similar effect of chiaroscuro in combination with cubist elements.In the works of René Magritte, I find...

ARD 604 Creative Futures / 22.02.2022

An interesting logo is one of the most important marketing tools. It is this that makes the company or organization recognizable. The logo shows not so much who you are and what you do, but informs you how you are. That's why all this logo design is so important pencil and piece of paper- Before the computer age, only a pencil and paper were used to design the logo. Although it looks like prehistory, pencil and paper, they are still the greatest friends of the designer. Therefore, before you think about logo design, turn off the computer. You won't use it...