An artist named "Marlboro" posted these works of art on Pixiv, a Japanese artist offering site. Sadly, Marlboro's page is no longer accessible. What makes these representations so successful is the way flawlessly the artist style matches the first material. Totoro, this character does have an Art Nouveau advance. They fit into this style consummately.
Between 1958 and 1972 Yayoi Kusama was living and working in New York. In retrospective exhibition of her work by Center for International Contemporary Art, Munroe noted that Kusama is an artist who fits in diverse areas, and yet she has for a long time stood alone (par. 3). Her art is done in different genres and can be categorized in Surrealism, Symbolism, Pop Art and Minimalism. There are unique reflections of obsession and sexual sensibility that relates to her childhood.
A technique that he became the master of and that allowed him to be so prolific was lithography that was highly popular at that time. He worked with line and colour, achieving impressive results. Mucha believed in flat surfaces and geometrical shapes (something that makes the art of posters different from fine art). The use of flat colours and strong lines was influenced by japonism – European art imitating Japanese woodcuts, especially their lack of perspective and bold outlines. 3.
Inspired artwork shows just how inventive an artist is to be able to draw from another individual's ideas and turn them into their own. The ability to merge two polar opposites to create a cohesive piece is always an interesting thing to see. Also, this type of inspired work has familiar visual references for the audience to see, making the piece relatable on a subconscious level. Graphic design is one area that has benefited greatly from the impact of Japanese culture. Many artist have adopted the style in their designs, creating stunning collaborative pieces.
This piece is a good representation of Irwin's work, largely because it showcases her talent in bringing forth an image or scene without directly painting it on the canvas. This painting, showing a cloudy day, could take place at any time, in any place. Irwin's work often uses similar colors and scenery, but each is distinct from the others. Despite the lack of apparent foreground or background, one can clearly tell where the ground ends and the sky begins. The subtle use of unusual colors, pink and purple and lavender, in the ground and even more so in the sky, fills the viewer with a sense of contentment and
She is the recipient of the prestigious Sakuya Konohana Award by the city of Osaka, and the Takashimaya Award from the Cultural Trust Fund. Upon first glance, her artwork looks like beautiful ceramic flowers, hence the title of the exhibit “Flowers.” By combining ceramic with glass, she creates beautiful organic shapes that captivate the eye. The opacity of the glass is achieved through utilizing recycled glass from fluorescent light bulbs, and the vivid yellow hue of the ceramic is a color that Etsuko has had a certain attraction to over the years. The artist’s intentions for the piece goes further than creating beautiful
Additionally, Forest and Sunset is unique in that it is composed of polytec on board. Atteck utilizes an abstract, expressionistic style to portray Trinidad in a non-exotic light. Rather than capturing an impression of Trinidad landscape like Hingwan, Atteck stylistically choses to use emotional experience to interpret the way she sees Trinidad. Most notable are the bold shapes and lines Atteck uses in her work to provide a distorted view of Trinidad. Melancholy and decay are evidenced through the distortion of what is supposed to be a landscape.The painting itself is almost primitive in that it has a child-like nature, and looseness in brush stroke.
Lord Byron wrote “She Walks In Beauty” to express his sentiment toward a woman by complimenting her beauty both physically and the beauty she have within. Within the poem he expresses himself to show that the woman is the most beautiful woman he have ever seen by comparing her to nature. He gets the inspiration for the nature competitions because of the Romantic Movement of that time. His admiration and appreciation for her beauty gave the poem a lively and exciting feeling. However, his love for her does not stop in her physical beauty alone but also her confidence and personality.
Kahlo was able to have so much depth in her work with the use of essential art elements, mostly implied lines and repetition. Kahlo had personal strategies both physically and psychologically that allowed her to create such emotionally raw images. Her artistic output was dominated by self-portraits that often show how she
Thanks to its supreme importance, intercultural communication has been featured in multiple publicities, including video, songs or movies. “Lost in Translation” is an enchanting film in which many cultural patterns and elements, as well as some problems regarding intercultural communication have been clearly illustrated. “ Lost in Translation”, written and directed by Sofia Coppola, told the story of Charlotte and Bob Harris , two American coming to Tokyo. Charlotte went along with her photographer husband while Bob, a renowned American movie star, went to Japan to shoot for a TV commercial. Both of them suffered from severe insomnia and encountered many difficulties understanding and blending in the Japanese way of living.