Resolved Question: Does anyone know an
Hi, im looking for artists to base my art work on for the next academic year in september, i wanted to find an artist which does a normal painting on a canvas but a part of it will come out of it thus being 3D to give an impression that the picture is coming out of the work, im looking for not illusional but to be actually sculptured and coming out of it . Thanks :D
Posted on 12 August 2011 | 7:38 am
Open Question: Help with Jewish Art
I'm writing a paper, and in my paper I have to include facts about Jewish artwork.
I was wondering if someone could give me some information, along with websites, that talks about the history of Jewish art, its restrictions on what can or cannot be done, if it has to portray something specific, different types of art, and so on. P.S. It would be best if the sources were non-wikipedia related.
Posted on 24 April 2011 | 2:16 am
Resolved Question: What is kinetic
Posted on 23 January 2011 | 1:31 am
Resolved Question: What is this type of
I know it starts with an M, and I think it ends in -gram or -graph. It's two images and there's some sort of folding that causes you to see two different images from the different angles. For example, on the left, because the way the paper is folded, you would see a cat, and on the right, you would see a dog, but nothing if you're looking at it head-on. It was started by a Jewish artist. That's all I have! Thank you!
Posted on 3 January 2011 | 8:32 am
Resolved Question: Whats the name of the art
Okay, typing this all over again so here goes:
I'm doing a project for an art class, and I'm looking for the name of the visual art style or perhaps artists that do it so I can research some examples. Basically it involves taking two pictures, I will be using 18x24 images. You then cut them into strips (3-6 inches). You take these strips and paste them in an alternating pattern (a strip from A, strip from, A, B, and so on). The strips will be pasted together in a 3D method so that they come to an angle sticking out from the canvas. The end result is as follows: When you look at the work from head-on it is mixed up and jumbled. Step to the left (or right) and look at the image from a (roughly) 45 degree angle and you see one of the images. Step to the direction opposite of where you started and you will see the other image. Anyways, like I said, I want to figure out the name of this style or method so I can do some more research before I begin my own.
Posted on 2 December 2010 | 12:36 pm