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    best known for the designing of corporate logos. He was educated at The Pratt Institute, The Parsons School of Design, and the Art Students League. Rand was one of the creators of the Swiss Style of Graphic Design and taught his ways at the very prestigious Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, after his teaching career was over he was inducted into the New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 1972.…

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    On the very top of the poster is the phrase “The Return of the Great Adventure,” which indicates that this movie is a part of a sequel. Typically, when another movie is made that is part of a sequel, many people are interested in them. The author probably chose to include this phrase on the poster to get the viewer’s attention and interest them. The title of this movie is “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” This title is written in multi colors. The main colors in this title include red, yellow, and…

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    October 2015 Do we need Art in Our Lives? Art comes from a relationship between an artist and audience. The greater part of us consider human expressions to incorporate the abstract expressions: fiction, imaginative stories about life, poetry, drama, dance, movie, theater and film, and the visual expressions. They incorporate painting, figure, blended media, and art. Most people have an appreciation for art. They enjoy observing it or creating it. There are many people who support art in some…

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    of the three lessons Jeanette learned from her mom was appretiatiance for the arts. Rose Mary did not care about parenting. She just specified on the arts. Rose Mary was a stay at home mom who had a teaching degree but instead of helping the family out financially especially when they were homeless she still valued finishing her paintings. When Jeanette burned herself cooking, Rose Mary was painting. The importance of art was deeply instilled in Rose Mary. That’s why Jeanette always felt Rose…

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    edited images in his review of his student’s art. Today’s students only rely on one form of medium, the computer, to create their art. They do not learn how to use various instruments to create different forms of art, only seeing one perspective (Alcorn 18). Students should have the basic experience with multiple forms of art in order to find new, fresh ways to look at things. This technological development doesn’t allow for students to bond with their art. Instead of using a paintbrush or…

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    Since the introduction of art to society many millennia ago, the fine arts have been used to convey ideas, core values and themes to a captive audience. Whether that fine art is music, drama, visual art or any other medium, everyone around the globe lives and breathes art. Whether someone is a cinephile, enjoys Broadway, frequents museums, or listens to Bach in their car on the way to work, they all have one thing in common- they are learning and enjoying new concepts through a very powerful…

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    Cultural Trends In Hong Kong

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    An explosion of new ideas and cultures came about from the post World War universe. The world from the 1950s until the present day has been filled with these blossoming ideas, as a response to the shocking and harsh realities brought forth by the devastating World Wars. Despite some rejection of traditional values, these ideas still have roots embedded in philosophies thought up well before the the 1950s. The progression and regression of certain ideas are apparent if one looks at the historical…

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    elements in Art. I had always thought that art had no organization, guidance or system. I thought that people just painted or drew pretty much whatever they wanted with no apparent rules. The Visual Elements that Getlein mentions on chapter 4 consist of the following; line shape and mass, light, color, texture and pattern and last but not least; time and motion (Getlein, 2012). These elements are intrinsically woven in art! Who would have thought that all these elements are essential to art? For…

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    According to Tolstoy view on art, he believes it is a shared experience between the viewer and the artist. If an artist’s wants to deliver a message, the ability to trigger empathy plays a vital role. When a person is not able to emphasize with an artist’s work, then it is not art. Empathy is the ability to put yourself in someone else’s emotions. With empathy, the viewer is able experience the artists emotions such as fear, happiness, love, and etc. A validation of art is something that is able…

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    Record Analysis Essay

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    When considering the theoretical baselines of this module, I decided to look within myself, and consider what in my life embodies these ideas and concepts. Put mildly, I am a dance music fanatic. I perform regularly in Exeter as a DJ and when sifting through my record collection, I came across a record that really speaks to me personally, and in many ways, has a universal allure. The record was released on a German record label named Innervisions, and is called Acamar, written by a duo called…

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