Monthly Archives: September 2016
I watched this video a few times and was left with no strands of the elements or designs to pull so that I could pull so I could deconstruct this film down to its parts. Which was odd because I … Continue reading
This short relied more on its music than its visuals, the music which was ever increasing in volume and eeriness. The visuals were oddly edited so that the whites were brighten which paired with the music made an odd sense … Continue reading
What was most interesting about this documentary was this idea that great design shouldn’t be noticed. The word seamless comes to mind for this idea all the designer’s hard work should never be thought about and instead the product should … Continue reading
This film was moving in how it used stillness to present this idea of just being. The woman seemed just there, not posing or caring about the viewer just existing in a quiet state of self.
The big thing that struck me about this film is feeling of emptiness, the only life was in this in the pursuit of Hockney this odd attempt at escapism in the form of try to find where someone lived which … Continue reading
Planes are used to show space in design, to utilize this space I focused on the movement and emphasis in capturing the feeling of traversal staircases in my pieces.
Perspective lets lines and shapes have very dynamic movement which lets a work of art feel like a 3 dimensional even though it’s a 2d image. Rivets, Rivets, Rivets, is a literature mash up of Hamlet and Heart Of … Continue reading