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    His famous posters features performers from the world of music, dance and theattrical performances. In one poster titled La Loï Fuller, (1893,fig. 2) the American dancer spins in an elegant garment that flows around her body and with a multicolored shimmer. Les Girard (1879, fig. 3) is another poster for a performance shows how Chéret embraces the Japanese style. There are even planes of color, that are operated by contour lines. It is with this poster the Chéret dabbled with graphic design, where he intertwined the legs of the the cancers with the the type of the poster. The text and image of the poster were integrated seamlessly by Chéret. Due the freedom that Chéret had with lithography he was able to make the exuberant forms of his letterforms mirror the energetic movements of the…

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    Microlens Case Study

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    arrays by using polymers. c) Lithography It is important to understand that each technique has advantages and disavantages in terms of manufacture, reproduction and suitability for different applications. The choice of a technique should be based on the application of the array, then on the substrate, then if it the laboratory has the equipment needed. Lithography involves several techniques used to reproduce patterns, this methods have various applications. Techniques such as ultraviolet…

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    Princess Hyacinth Essay

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    This poster advertised Princess Hyacinth, a fairy tale ballet about a blacksmith who dreams that his daughter is a princess kidnapped by a sorcerer. The poster features a popular actress Andula Sedláčková, who starred in the title role. ➊ The absence of line and detail to create depth is very limited on her facial expression, to establish the figure’s pale and cold glance and her lack of contentment. ➋ The flower on the crown is Hyacinth, which is the name of the princess, representing her…

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    composition/structure of a ceramic (e.g. nearly all of the elements, nearly all types of bonding, and all levels of crystallinity), identifiable attributes (e.g. hardness, toughness, electrical conductivity, etc.) are hard to specify for the group as a whole. However, with known exceptions to each of these rules (e.g.piezoelectric ceramics, glass transition temperature, superconductive ceramics, etc.), generalities such as high melting temperature, high hardness, poor conductivity, high moduli…

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    copy on the side of the road. According to Benjamin (1930:792) If it was made by man it could be copied and simulated by man, and reproduction of ‘works’ were common, firstly because students systematically trained by multiple repetitions, secondly because of experts distributed their work and lastly by people looking to have the benefit of the art work. The Greek figured out a way to reproduce the same items in large amounts such as money, ‘terra cottas and bronzes’ which were mechanically…

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    History Of Graphic Design

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    which today we admire for their design as well. Every graphic designer or visual communicator, for example, should go to Dublin to see the Book of Kells in the Trinity College Library. As far as preserving more recent forms of design go, we have drawings for typefaces that have been collected in printing libraries such as St. Bride’s in London. Posters were collected by the new applied art museums and museums of decorative arts that began to open in Europe from the mid-19th century on. The…

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    ol Lewitt was an American Conceptual Artist and Painter. Lewitt’s work ranged from painting, drawing, sculpting to conceptual pieces that only existed as ideas of his artistic process. He attended Syracuse University and pursued art as an act of rebellion. He was introduced to printmaking when he attended Syracuse and won an award for his lithography; which then allowed him to travel and study in Europe. In 1951, Lewitt was drafted to war, his duty as Special Services was to make posters. He…

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    Art In The 19th Century

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    reasons was because the two men working in the picture have their backs to the audience and this was something that violated the decorum and propriety that was involved in the nineteenth century French academic art (Pg. 303). Another reason people would call this scandalous is because of the way that Courbet made the two men look. He made them seem to be dirty with ripped up clothes. Another thing the book says is that the content of the picture is “mundane” (Pg. 303). While people may have said…

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    Benjamin writes that the question of whether photography is an art is “misguided and confused.” He states that asking whether photography is art or not is the wrong question to ask because it is not whether photography is art or not, the question that should be asked is “what does photography do to/for art?”. I will discuss the concepts and ideas Benjamin uses to portray his point of what is at stake and significant regarding photography, focusing on technological reproducibility, aura, and…

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    technique has once the process of completed. Jan van de Velde IV who was a painter and printmaker created the Aquatint technique in 1650 while he was living in Amsterdam that was formally introduced in the United States in the 1770s Pedro Joseph de Lemos that led to aquatints becoming popular in art schools and the technique becoming simpler. Lithography is a printing technique made in 1796 by Alois Senefelder to have a reasonable method to put text and artwork in print onto paper or any…

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