Monthly Archives: October 2014

Suprematist Movie Poster (The Hobbit)

The Hobbit PDF In creating a movie poster for an existing movie made in the suprematist art style, I chose a fairly recent movie, The Hobbit. I chose to represent the characters using triangle sitting on their base, symbolizing masculinity. The smallest … Continue reading

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Helvetica

Typefaces were born out of a need for communication, a need for things to be read clearly and distinctly. By the 1950s, typefaces had lost that eligibility in preference for expressive writing that evokes a specific feeling. Created by Max … Continue reading

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Animal Farm

Animal Farm Art always has a purpose. Whether it is made with a specific intent or not, meaning will be derived from it. Animation is no different in this sense. Some may see animation as purely a form of entertainment, … Continue reading

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Consumerism (Suprematism) and Consumerism Redux

                                                      Consumerism PDF Consumerism Redux In creating a suprematist style piece, I attempted to … Continue reading

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