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Ideas & Concepts In Art & Design

Level 3 Art & Design - Introduction to Developing Ideas
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tony cheetham

on 14 July 2015

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Take a word or words and come up with quick responses from your own imagination and knowledge.
Inspired by words
Tony Cheetham November 2012
For example Surrealism.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
During the last several thousand years artists & designers have come up with many different approaches to creating. If you need to come up with a coffee label for a client, why not check out what others have done....
Inspired by others
Tony Cheetham November 2012
“Ideas and concepts are the core of all creative art and design thinking. Innovation, imagination and intuition
in the vocational world of art and design are essential for practitioners to create successful artwork, designs
and products. Professionals use a wide range of intellectual, intuitive and perceptual skills in generating and
developing their ideas. In order to secure commissions, practitioners must generate innovative ideas and be
able to refine and present their ideas in exciting, persuasive and convincing ways.”

Taken from the Unit 3 course description.
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Thank you. Are there any questions?
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Conclusion
Make sure you try to develop from as many different sources as you can.
Sources of ideas to help you create good art and design are all around you.
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Conclusion
Sources of ideas to help you create good art and design are all around you.
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Conclusion
You could be copying directly....
You could be inspired by nature
Tony Cheetham November 2012
How about planet....
Inspired by words
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Take a word or words and come up with quick responses from your own imagination and knowledge. How about cat....
Inspired by words
Tony Cheetham November 2012
For example comic books.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
“a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings.
Surrealist works feature the element of surprise and unexpected juxtapositions”
www.wikipedia .com
For example Surrealism.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
During the last several thousand years artists & designers have come up with many different approaches to creating. If you need to come up with a coffee label for a client, why not check out what others have done....
Inspired by others
Tony Cheetham November 2012
During the last several thousand years artists & designers have come up with many different approaches to creating. If you need to come up with a coffee label for a client, why not check out what others have done....
Inspired by others
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Innovation – “The starting point for innovation is the generation of creative ideas.” http://www.creativeadvantage.com
Innovation, imagination and intuition in the vocational world of art and design are essential for practitioners to create successful artwork, designs and products.
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Extended Diploma Unit 3
Ideas & Concepts
In Art & Design

Lamps designed by Goddess Light
You could be copying directly....
You could be inspired by nature
Tony Cheetham November 2012
How about planet....
Inspired by words
Tony Cheetham November 2012
And then try that style yourself
For example comic books.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
And then produce work inspired by Surrealist ideas
For example Surrealism.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Zaha Hadid (her funicular railway station at Innsbruck)
Maybe you need to create a building....
Inspired by others
Tony Cheetham November 2012
During the last several thousand years artists & designers have come up with many different approaches to creating. If you need to come up with a coffee label for a client, why not check out what others have done....
Inspired by others
Tony Cheetham November 2012
So how can you generate ideas?
How about trying some simple experiments?
Innovation – “The starting point for innovation is the generation of creative ideas.” http://www.creativeadvantage.com
Innovation, imagination and intuition in the vocational world of art and design are essential for practitioners to create successful artwork, designs and products.
Tony Cheetham November 2012
The more you investigate the more likely it is that you will come up with your most innovative ideas.
Make sure you try to develop from as many different sources as you can.
Sources of ideas to help you create good art and design are all around you.
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Conclusion
Print by Melanie Smith
You could be copying indirectly....
You could be inspired by nature
Tony Cheetham November 2012
How about planet....
Inspired by words
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Roy Lichtenstein, Maybe, 1963
Or maybe artists inspired by them....
For example comic books.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
Inflatable Radome by Cameron Balloons designed to protect portable satellite communication equipment from bad weather
Maybe you need to create a different building....
Inspired by others
Tony Cheetham November 2012
How about planet....
Inspired by words
Tony Cheetham November 2012
The Big Window, Yves Tanguy, Oil, 1950
“a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings.
Surrealist works feature the element of surprise and unexpected juxtapositions”
www.wikipedia .com
For example Surrealism.....
You could look at different styles developed by artists
Inspired by styles
Tony Cheetham November 2012
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