Monthly Archives: September 2016

Mario Prisco Gallery Essay

What do you think about when you hear the word “art”? Most people will simply state that it is a drawing of something, whether it be an everyday object, person, environment, or whatever something completely original that the artist thought … Continue reading

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“Objectified” Response

In Gary Hustwit’s documentary titled “Objectified”, Gary shows us how much work truly goes into the simplest of designs. At the beginning of the documentary we are introduced to various designers and engineers who have revolutionized the way products are … Continue reading

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Imaginary Landscape – temulence

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Illustrated Journal #6

Raphael’s School of Athens is a grand painted piece of work that was painted from 1509-1511. It is currently resided in the Apostolic Palace. Through the use of scale and proportion, Raphael was able to create a true sense of … Continue reading

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Illustrated Journal #5

Golden Ratio: . In mathematics, the golden ratio is when an objects ratio is equal to the sum of the two larger quantities . Is a mathematical ratio that is commonly found throughout all of nature to create alluring looks … Continue reading

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Alfred Stieglitz Video Write-Up

This document on Alfred Stieglitz (The Father of Modern Photography) was incredibly interesting to watch. Just the idea of a single man having his work criticized for being “blurred and out of focus” to later becoming one of the greatest … Continue reading

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Perspective

By creating the illusion of space with various lines and vanishing points, artists are able to give the illusion of depth to a 2D image. This applies to both photos as well as videos. By using vanishing points as well … Continue reading

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