Digital Photography & Design Spring 2013. Patrick Massman. Alphabet Photography . Triptych. Mono with a splash W/ Alex bauman. Elements of design. line Shape/Form Space Value color. Lines. Lines cont. Shape and Form. Shape and form cont. Space. Positive and negative space. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Digital Photography & Design Spring 2013
Patrick MassmanDigital Photography & DesignSpring 2013
Mono with a splash W/ Alex baumanlineShape/Form SpaceValuecolorElements of design
Shape and Form
Shape and form cont.
Positive and negative space
Repetition/patternBalanceEmphasisContrast(black and white)MovementUnity
Principles of design
Repetition / pattern
emphasis / focal point
Movement / rhythm
PortraitHe painted many peoplePainted straight/rounded lines in random placesUsed bright neon colorsUsed texture almost like fabricThe composition was filled in completely
Paschke research slide
Paschke portraited paschke and his work
Collage My surreal collage is biggy smalls morphed with a cat in a subway going through a volcano.I used Juxtaposition and disguising to hid the mixing board into the floor.I also layered each layer to blend together and masked biggies head to the cat.
Cameo appearance in famous art work
Cameo appearance in a movie sceneImpressionists artists drew the edges of their objects with lines of paint.Impressionists emerged in the 1800s and had a way of seeing the world and a new way of putting that vision on the canvas.Impressionism was a way of painting that showed the general impression of the light on the scene or object.The impressionists also used dashes and dabs of paint to form the edges of objects and they had new brighter colors in tubes. Paint tubes and new easels artists could get out of their stuffy studios and paint outside.ImpressionismClaude Monet
Pierre-Auguste RenoirCamille Pissarro
Impressionism researchOptical art is a method of painting concerning the interaction between illusion and picture plane, between understanding and seeing.
Op art works are abstract, with many of the better known pieces made in black and white. When the viewer looks at them, the impression is given of movement, hidden images, flashing and vibration, patterns, or alternatively, of swelling or warping.
Op artVictor Vasarely
Arnold Schmidt Richard Anuszkiewicz
Jess SotoFamous Op artists
Black and white op art
Color op art