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  • Sphere Luttetia Soto Analysis

    representative one. It has been exhibited in "Les Champs de la sculpture” in Paris and Miami Art Basel in 1996. And it was recently displayed in the Perrotin Gallery in Paris, France. This installation is made of painted cods in three colors – white, red and black. The whole sphere is in large size with a dimension of 600 x 600 x 600 cm. The large triple colored sphere is suspended to a square canopy and could be displayed either indoors or outdoors. Soto picked metal as…

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  • The Scarlet Letter Symbolism

    Symbolism plays a key role in many novels to convey a certain purpose and to form the theme. Within the novel The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne must model a scarlet red A on her bust or, in other words, breast. This A means many things throughout the book. Hester Prynne has committed a crime in which her village has strongly been disgusted by. Her punishment affects the entire village in many different ways. The way her child, Pearl, had viewed the letter on Hester’s bosom was definitely not…

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  • Hell And Heaven Analysis

    Scholder only used color to describe these two opposite scenes. In Hell, there is a black and red half-length portrait. The half-length portrait is smiling and showing his red teeth, and he has two tentacles. He looks like a demon, and he always treats people. The half-length portrait covers ¾ of the picture. The color of the background is red. It gives red light to the black portrait, so the portrait has reflected red color. In Heaven, there is also showing a half-length portrait which covers ¾…

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  • Samurai Attacks Woman Analysis

    Compare and Contrast Essay The two works of art that I have chosen to compare and contrast had me worried at first. I wondered if there were enough things to compare between the two. However, after evaluating Tsukioka Yoshitoshi’s Samurai Attacks Woman and Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s self portrait, I have come to find that they share many things in common; from medium to colour, I will discuss the vast array of contrasts as well as similarities. It helps first to describe the two pieces. The first…

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  • The Symbols Of Good And Evil In The Scarlet Letter

    historical fiction novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, he uses the development of the different colors red, black, and white to portray his ideas of good and evil in the puritan town. He uses the colors to symbolize specific elements of the book including the Scarlet Letter "A", Roger Chillingworth, and…

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  • Meaning Of Advertisement

    As our eyes first goes to center of the advertisement, we see a bright red color logo attracting our eyes towards it. Coca-Cola has smarty used their logo as a main focus, as the logo is in red color and according to human phycology red color excites eye the most. The placement of the logo in the center, makes it the viewer’s center of focus. Not only that, the Coca-Cola has also used Molly Bang’s principles…

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  • The Use Of Color Symbolism In The Great Gatsby

    Red is what everybody wants; love, happiness, and most of all, money. Huber, in his article, basically says that red is a symbol for life, joy, and love. (Huber) but it goes a little farther than that. Schneider say’s, more appropriately, “It stands for the dream because it is one of the glittering colors of…

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  • An Analysis Of Salvador Dali's Living Still Life

    Dali in 1956, is an oil on canvas painting created to express the dynamic combination and complexity of stillness and motion that goes almost unnoticed every day. Viewers are drawn in to observe the masterpiece initially by the bright red, mellow blue, and vibrant red colors used in the scenic view painted before them. In essence, the painting is of a medium length rectangular, wooden table partially extending from a room inside of an apartment or condo, out onto a balcony with cast iron…

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  • Analysis Of The Stanley Parable

    Throughout modern history, there have been a plethora of mediums to keep the public engaged and entertained in the world around them. Specifically, video games have provided a strong source of contentment to the public. These games come in various genres, from action, horror, and fantasy. One game that is truly unlike any other is none other than The Stanley Parable. This first-person exploration game challenges our psychologically embedded morals, forcing us to go against the wishes of the…

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  • The Super Bowl Human Trafficking Analysis

    The light represents inalienable rights of people for freedom, which is women is trying to reach the entire photo is in black, gray and white colors. The contrast between the gray background and the red information draw the viewer’s attention to the left side of the poster to read the information. Additionally, in the right lower side is a shaky image of a woman running away from something and running towards the light. The alignment or leading line…

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