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Inspirational Artist Brief

Joyce Danting

on 8 January 2013

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Jen Stark is an Animator is a Sculptor but a Paper Engineer is an Illustrator ............................................................... is a Mural painter 'Believer' by Jen Stark / Music by Dan Deacon ............................................................... 'Acid-free' / outdoor mural on the
Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art / 2011 ............................................................... 'Sendero Luminoso' / 13" x 16" / felt-tip pen on paper / 2011 ................................................................................... 'David', Michaelangelo, 1504 ................................................................................... ................................................................................... Centrifugal / 40" x 31" x 5" / hand-cut paper on wood backing / 2010 Spectral Zenith / 20" x 20" / hand-cut paper on wood backing / 2008 Over and Out / 19" x 19" x 5" / hand-cut paper on wood backing / 2008 Coriolis Effect / 12" x 12" / hand-cut paper on wood backing / 2007 Piece of an Infinite Whole (installation in a wall) / 24" x 4ft / hand-cut paper / 2007 Re:Play

RE:PLAY is a process driven project that investigates the concept of play in design process. It looks primarily into the process of trying different possibilities, from the first idea to the outcomes. Acel Marselin Widjaja RE:PLAY aims to remind designers the importance of play and experimentation and to invite them to bring the concept of playfulness into their design process; in order to develop their creative thinking, and most importantly, to gain back the enjoyment of discoveries and learning experience from the whole journey of creative process. Feel good Ads Advertiser: Coca-cola
Executive Creative Director: Martin Mercado
Creative Director: Martin Goldberg
Art Director: Damián Garofalo
Copywriter: Silvio Caielli Creative Director: Wes Phelan
Art Director: Dale Mullany
Copywriter: Keith Manning
Director: Will Collinson
D.O.P.: Will Collinson
Editor: Will Collinson
Agency Producer: Simone Bosman
Music: Loyiso Madinga
Photographer: Mike & Nick
Retoucher: Darren Bell T Mobile
Life is for Sharing
Liverpool Station Flash Mob 1. Lulu - Shout
2. Yazz - The Only Way Is Up
3. Pussycat Dolls - Don't Cha
4. Johann Strauss - The Blue Danube
5. Kool & The Gang - Get Down On It
6. Rainbow - Since You've Been Gone
7. Millie Small - My Boy Lollypop
8. The Contours - Do You Love Me Colorful rubber balls bounce down a San Francisco street in Sony's commercial ... A commercial for Sony's new Bravia high-definition LCD screen 12-year-old Mini Vinnie, Brenock O'Connor, shows us how Hands-only CPR can save a life if you push hard and fast in the centre of the chest, to the beat of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees, when someone is in cardiac arrest. Pulling the heart strings Surprise and the Unexpected Colours of life Humour The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service presents Baltimore artist Robert Creamer, who looks at photography and botanical specimens in a whole new light with an ingenious method of "scanner photography." Transitions, organized for travel by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Started its tour at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Alternative Photography Ever wonder how letterpress printing works? http://type.method.ac bread, gummy candy, ice cream, jelly, iron file, leaf, sand, wood, bean sprout, chocolate, icing sugar, ink (rain) Surface Graphics graphic design in a given surface; example packaging design and labels, decals, corporate identity etc. Brand Awareness Campaigns or Advertising, to promote the brand, to re-introduce the product, to remind consumers available products. http://www.behance.net/gallery/Spoken-Word-Festival/3283424 Igor Dudka 12 Inches Branding + Packaging
Clinton Duncan Design Process not just labels collaboration and idea generation Pick the best idea and work towards it finish ta da! make protoypes; determine
bottle shape test surface graphics voila! x google amount Titian, Bacchus and Ariadne, 1520-3 Anish Kapoor, To Reflect an Intimate Part of the Red’ (1981) William Eggleston, Red Ceiling or Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973 Andreas Gursky Morals of Vision Rhein II, 1999, 73 x 143-inches 2011, Christie's New York, £2.7m Piet Mondrian Caravaggio, The Incredulity of Saint Thomas, 1600-01 Chiaroscuro Chiaroscuro (kir.skro, –skjro, Italian for light-dark) in art is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition. It is also a technical term used by artists and art historians for using contrasts of light to achieve a sense of volume in modelling three-dimensional objects such as the human body. - Glossary of the National Gallery, London David Lynch Film Posters Contemporary Film Posters Arnold Newman David Bailey British photographer American photographer Advertising Agency: McCann, Melbourne, Australia
Executive Creative Director: John Mescall
Copywriter: John Mescall
Art Director: Pat Baron
Animation: Julian Frost
Music: Ollie McGill
Digital Team: Huey Groves, Christian Stocker Advertising Agency: DLKW Lowe, London, UK
Agency Producer: Abbi Tarrant
Executive Creative Directors: Richard Denney, Dave Henderson
Creative Directors: Dave Henderson, Richard Denney, Tom Hudson
Creatives: Matt Lever, Helen Rhodes
Production Company: Academy
Director: Si & Ad
Producer: Lucy Gossage
Editor: Joe Guest
Editing House: Final Cut
Flame Artist: Jason Watts
Post: Finish
Post Prod: Justine White Type Design with a Little Humour Noma Bar From the very wide intersection of typeface geekery and facial hair innovation comes the Field Guide to Typestaches, designed by a San Francisco-based art director named Tor. In case you find it difficult to distinguish the personalities of Courier, Copperplate, and Big Caslon, you can now have them anthropomorphized and framed above your desk. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin Don Norman DADA Dada was born out of negative reaction to the horrors of World War I. This international movement was begun by a group of artists and poets associated with the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. Dada rejected reason and logic, prizing nonsense, irrationality and intuition. The origin of the name Dada is unclear; some believe that it is a nonsensical word. Others maintain that it originates from the Romanian artists Tristan Tzara and Marcel Janco's frequent use of the words da, da, meaning yes, yes in the Romanian language. Another theory says that the name "Dada" came during a meeting of the group when a paper knife stuck into a French-German dictionary happened to point to 'dada', a French word for 'hobbyhorse'

- Budd, Dona, The Language of Art Knowledge, Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Nonsensical illogical & unreasonable protests against the War Marcel Duchamp “The Art Critic” - Raoul Hausmann, 1919 paper collage; example of Dadaist photomontage. Jan Saudek - Czech Fine Art photogapher Francisco Goya - (1746–1828) is regarded as the most important Spanish artist of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Over the course of his long career, Goya moved from jolly and lighthearted to deeply pessimistic and searching in his paintings, drawings, etchings, and frescoes. Shock, Scandals and Controversy Saturn Devouring his Sons Two women and a man Between 1819 and 1823, when Goya was well in his 70s, he painted a series of fourteen or fifteen dark, disturbing, enigmatic images directly onto the plastered walls of two large rooms (one upstairs, one downstairs) in his country house. The witches' sabbath or the great he-goat Jake and Dinos Chapman Barnardos Benetton Others Top 10 innovations of the Year Mute button for noisy people. Ever dreamed of having a remote control to shut someone up? Now, thanks to a Japanese speech-jamming gun, you can. The device, dreamed up by Japanese inventors Kazutaka Kurihara and Koji Tsukada, works by firing back a voice echo that stresses our brains and instantly silences us. It works from a distance of 90ft, so is perfect for dealing with unruly classrooms. Talking gloves for mute people. Talk to the hand! Well, what if the hand could talk back? Ukrainian students have developed gloves with electronic sensors that convert sign language into speech via a smartphone. The device, called EnableTalk, costs £50 to make and has the potential to cheaply transform the lives of 40million deaf and mute people around the world. Indoor cloud. Cloud gazing is a fine way to pass time. The only problem was that, until recently, it could only be done outdoors. Luckily, Dutchman Berndnaut Smilde, has found a way to control the weather. Using a fog machine at the right temperature and with the correct amount of light, he can isolate fluffy white clouds in our living rooms. The eyephone. Touchscreen could become a thing of the past thanks to Danish technology that allows smartphone and tablet users to control their devices by moving their eyes. Eye Tribe, which uses infrared light reflected from the pupil to the device’s camera, are negotiating with manufacturers to release a visually-controlled phone next year. The get-drunk spray. Alcoholics can rejoice. Designers have come up with a tiny machine that gets you drunk in seconds. The £20 Wahh Quantum Sensations device, developed by Frenchman Philippe Starck and American David Edwards, sprays just 0.075ml pure alcohol at a time. It works instantly because it is an aerosol and hence absorbed quickly. The bad – and good – news is that the effect lasts only seconds as well. 3D chocolate printer. It’s the ultimate device for the sweet-toothed. A British team from Exeter University have developed the world’s first printer that lets you create your own custom-made 3D chcolate treats. The £2,500 Choc Egde machine squirts out chocolate and, via computer instructions, allows the user to build any shape they like out of the food Remote-controlled chess board. While playing chess with someone thousands of miles away can be done with computers, it was not possible using an actual chessboard with moving pieces. Until now. U.S.-designed Wireless Arduino Powered Chess sets have pieces which can move remotely. It means your out-of-sight opponent can move their pieces and the corresponding ones on your board move as well. Jogging drone. Don’t have the discipline to run by yourself, nor any friends to spur you on?Well, jog on… because Australian inventors have developed a drone that will be running buddy and fly ahead of you. A camera on the Joggobot helicopter locks on to excercisers’ T-shirts and they can control its pace via a smartphone app. Google Glass. It’s a sci-fi loving geek’s dream. Behold, Google Glass – a computer built into a pair of spectacles. The $1,500 device, which is due to go on sale next year, has the processor built into the frames with the lenses working as monitors. The display is activated when users look up and to the right. Water-powered phone charger. Fast draining smartphone batteries are pain at the best of times. But what if you’re nowhere near a plug? Well, thanks to Swedish designers of the PowerTrekk, which generates electricty with water, you can charge up in the countryside.The £160 sodium fuel cell device converts the water to hydrogen and generates power via another chemical reaction. Sex Sells why? What are the different signs and indications of a sexy design? Why? Tom Ford what is a sexy design? Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 February 6, 1918)
Oil on canvas, 1908
77 x 83 cm Gustav Klimt As a designer how would you translate or communicate 'sexy' on your design?
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