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ARD 435 Visual Comunication, Level 4 / 19.12.2019

We had to pick an object that can fit into a 5cm box. I have chosen a ring. Ring that symbolises emotions, feeling, power and so many more things, Through the research I discovered that the ring can be a symbol of power, gratitude, accomplishment, being part of a bigger organisation, or love. Not only fimls, books and magazines tell us that, but also history and art history. But how do I show a ring without showing a ring? I started with photographing the object. just clean aesthetic commercial photographs of a simple ring. But that wanst it. I...

ARD 414 Principles and Processes, Level 4, My Inspirations / 11.12.2019

Joyce Tenneson (born in Weston, Massachusetts on May 29, 1945) is an American fine art photographer known for her distinctive style of photography, which often involves nude or semi-nude women. I find Joyce work fascinating, the way she shows beauty of humans and the light we have within. Her portrait work shows how she looks at humans, and how much respect and admiration she holds for women. This is a beautiful example that art can still show and capture the beauty of human body and soul. You can see more of her works in one of many books...

ARD 414 Principles and Processes, Level 4 / 06.12.2019

source: Andy Warhol, Nowy Jork, 1980, Robin Platzer / IMAGES/Getty Images Most of the things manufactured by Andy Warhol revolved around the concept of American culture. He painted money, food, important personalities and everyday objects, everything that according to him represented the cultural values of the United States. For example, Coca-Cola was identified with democratic equality: "The richest consumers buy essentially the same things as the poorest. You can watch TV and see Coca-Cola and you know the president drinks Cola, Liz Taylor drinks Cola and think you can drink Coke. " ...

ARD 435 Visual Comunication / 06.12.2019

Searching for the simplest form of expression led me to Japanese shadow theatre. Shadow Play is an ancient form of story telling and entertainment that uses flat articulated cut-out characters that are held between a light source and a translucent screen or grid. Cut out doll shapes sometimes have a translucent color or other details. Different effects can be achieved by moving both the doll and the light source. However, for the project, I decided to make simple dolls cut out of paper. However, my dolls will be made of pages from books. It will be a combination of symbolism (feelings and emotions)...