Black Labrador Retriever modern Dog art print black lab pop dog art bright colors 12×12 inch. $22.99, via Etsy.
Hellooo! i’m a little late on the Halloween themed videos but this was my first attempt at pop art/ comic book makeup and i’m really proud of how it turned out!
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A batik style masking fluid painting of Janis Joplin. 20% of sale price goes to Afghanaid. Filmed over a few days, I build up my “black” paint by layering burnt umber with any two other colours. This gives a lively dark tone. Wesley the dog (quality controller) gives his opinion on the hair….. means I have to put it right,
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other subjects that I will paint in future episodes will include Marc Bolan eric Clapton louis armstrong john lennon pete townsend of the who jack johnson eddie vedder pearl jam debbie harry phil lynott tom waits soixsie souix and the banshees mike oldfield pink floyd neil young willie nelson marijuana ben harper bob dylan lou reed transformer yes genesis beatles stones hendrix eminem britney paris hilton ozzy u2 garbage coldplay led zeppelin van halen aerosmith chili peppers badfinger todd rundgren
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Diana in pop-art portrait sketch done with "Inkscape" a vector graphic program.
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When we take a look at history, we notice one common factor prevalent in all walks of life and that factor is ‘revival’. Whatever is ‘in-vogue’ today will revive or resurface after some years. Taking this revival factor into consideration, people generally hesitate to throw out old items that they are fond of, often convincing themselves that the item will resurface as the in-thing sometime in the future.
This revival factor can be observed in the field of commercial and residential architecture as well. Traditional and historic styles of arched facades, tapestries, pillars etc. are often seen resurfacing over the ages.
One such work of art which has revived itself over the years since the 4th century BC is the art of Mosaic. Mosaic art is often associated with designs in bathrooms made of tiny square tiles, installed in monochromatic sheets. However this is a very restricted view of mosaic art.
Ancient mosaic work consisted of pictures, landscapes or mythological events formed initially out of water-smoothed pebbles and later from non-symmetrical pieces of scrap material and pieces of broken pottery. Intricate mosaic work illustrating events from the bible have been observed in floors, walls, pillars and even ceilings of European churches.
The ancient art of mosaic has grown in popularity over the ages. Though its origin cannot be specifically established, there is enough evidence to prove that various civilizations have actively used this art form. The first school for mosaic artisans was developed by the Greeks and initially this art was used to decorate floorings. The Romans however started using mosaics to decorate walls thus increasing its popularity. In Pompeii, archaeologists have uncovered evidence showing homes of common people exhibiting mosaic work on walls.
Modern mosaic works depict revolutionary revival of this art. The décor of any structure can be enhanced by the use of mosaic patterns and scenes enveloping the primitive as well as the contemporary ages to create much valued and admired art works.
The ancient art of mosaic faces competition not only from ceramic tiles which are practical and offer varied choice of colors and patterns but also from hardwood floorings which are visually appealing and make a style statement. Even then, mosaic medallions or ’emblemata’ used for floor covering make a house look distinctly exquisite.
Persian rugs which were used in formal areas and foyers are being replaced by mosaic carpets which are easy to maintain, practical and resilient. These mosaic carpets prove especially beneficial and safe in areas facing heavy traffic and convenience issues.
Using mosaic indoors in places like kitchens and bathrooms adds beauty, practicality, ease of maintenance and a stylish appeal of its own. Similarly, an outdoor pool, fountain, lawn or patio can be enhanced using this work of art.
In this tutorial I am going to be showing you how you can create WPAP style artwork in Adobe Illustrator. WPAP is an abbreviation and stands for ‘Wedha’s Pop …
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Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the mid-1950s in Britain and the late 1950s in the United States. The movement presented a challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular and mass culture, such as advertising, comic books and mundane cultural objects.
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