January 2, 2020 Atis

Color as Light GIACOMO BALLA (1871-1958) Street Light, 1909 (oil on canvas) Color is the sensation that is stimulated in our brain by different wavelengths of light. One wavelength will stimulate our perception of red, another orange, another yellow and so on through all the colors of the spectrum. Giacomo Balla’s beautiful painting of a street lamp is a poetic impression that represents the physical properties of light. At its center, the bulb burns with a white heat in the darkness of the night. Its radiant glow dissolves in concentric waves, each of which diminish in intensity and change color…

January 1, 2020 Atis

Which Graphic Design Style Is Right For Your Project?At the start of any graphic design project, you wonder what style should I choose? what style do I like? what style is best for the topic? what style will I feel comfortable with? Whether you’re designing a single image or a full house style / company brand the style you use will be dependant on the what is most appropriate for it.The following list of graphic design styles is not a definitive list but rather a selection of some of the most common or popular graphic design styles, more styles exist…

January 1, 2020 Atis

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January 1, 2020 Atis

A family run firm been in the industry for over two decades was now changing hands from the ‘Father’ to the ‘Son’. Carrying forward the firm values the new head wanted a modern work space that reflects the current directions of the organization. Located in a busy & congested area of Mumbai – Fort, the building is a heritage structure surrounded by likewise structures on three sides. The adjoining structures being less than 5 feet apart from one another. The internal spaces lacked light which resulted in a less motivated atmosphere for its employees. FACT FILE Project: Corporate OfficeLocation :…

January 1, 2020 Atis

® Acrylic” class=”imgix-fluid one-whole” data-src=”https://perspex.imgix.net/images/uploads/page_titles/_standard/2017_NEWS_Artists_BANNER.jpg” height=”230″ width=”715″> 3 diverse techniques that add depth in your artwork. “>Home “>The ‘Art’ of PERSPEX® Acrylic “>News Featuring: Jen Siviers, Sarah Brown & Theo Riviere Jen Siviers’ work is instantly recognisable: expressive, abstract masterpieces in acrylic paint, using PERSPEX® clear acrylic as a transparent canvas. A collection of abstract shapes and strokes within each piece aims to express joy, vitality and movement through the use of many bright, contemporary colours. Jen takes advantage of each colour owning a diverse texture and consistency; combined with the transparency of PERSPEX® acrylic, this highlights increased depth in…

January 1, 2020 Atis

Gunther Kleinert is a professional product and interior designer who lives and works in Hamburg, Germany.He traveled to Devon, England, when he was 20 to learn the art of fine furniture and cabinet making. He then returned to Hamburg to gain a degree in Industrial Design at the University of Fine Arts in 2008.He has 10 years of intense interdisciplinary experience in designing both products and interior spaces, as well as in conceptual thinking.Alongside designing furniture, interiors and exhibitions for companies like Rolf Benz, FC Bayern Munich and many others, he constantly is on the lookout to explore and learn…

January 1, 2020 Atis

Byzantine art, architecture, paintings, and other visual arts produced in the Middle Ages in the Byzantine Empire (centred at Constantinople) and in various areas that came under its influence. The pictorial and architectural styles that characterized Byzantine art, first codified in the 6th century, persisted with remarkable homogeneity within the empire until its final dissolution with the capture of Constantinople by the Turks in 1453. Read More on This Topic metalwork: Middle Ages: Byzantine Empire Syria, Egypt, and Anatolia were first the teachers and then the rivals of Constantinople (Istanbul). The fusion of antique and Eastern elements… A brief treatment…

December 31, 2019 Atis

Seated Ganesha, Indian Sculpture (1300-1400 CE). DIFFERENT FORMS OF ARTS For definitions, meanings and explanations of different arts, see Types of Art. Contents • Introduction • Origins of Art in India • Sculpture • Painting • Architecture • Arts and Crafts – Classical Indian Painting (Up to 1150 CE) Ajanta, Badami, Panamalai, Sittanavasal, Tanjore, and Polotmaruva schools of painting as well as Pali illuminated manuscripts and late classical Buddhist art in Bengal and Sri Lanka. – Post-Classical Indian Painting (14th-16th Century) Vijayanagar art, Gujarat illuminated manuscripts, illustrations from Mewar and Malva, as well as Hindu art in Orissa. Fresco Painting…

December 31, 2019 Atis

The Visual Elements – Pattern PAUL KLEE (1879-1940) Dream City, 1921 (warercolor and oil) Pattern is made by repeating or echoing the elements of an artwork to communicate a sense of balance, harmony, contrast, rhythm or movement. There are two basic types of pattern in art: Natural Pattern and Man-Made Pattern. Both natural and man-made patterns can be regular or irregular, organic or geometric, structural or decorative, positive or negative and repeating or random. Natural Pattern: Pattern in art is often based on the inspiration we get from observing the natural patterns that occur in nature. We can see these…

December 31, 2019 Atis

Islamic Abstract Mosaic Art Tens of thousands of individual tiles make up the geometric Arabesque tiling on the dome of the Tomb of Hafez in Shiraz. These intricate mosaic patterns are known as Girih, and can be seen in Muslim cultures around the world. Islamic Book Painting Page from the Hamzanama: ‘The Spy Zambur Brings Mahiya to Tawariq’ (c.1570) Metropolitian Museum of Art NY. Brief Definition and Meaning The phrase “Islamic art” is an umbrella term for post-7th century visual arts, created by Muslim and non-Muslim artists within the territories occupied by the people and cultures of Islam. It embraces…