WEEK 15

Monday – 4/24

Introduce PROJECT 4

book making.pdf

INSPIRATION:

Dieter Roth

Ed Ruscha

Sol Le Witt

10 Visual Artists Who Use Books as Their Medium

The Artist Turns to the Book (Getty Exhibitions).

The Art Dump Zine Trade: LAist.

Oso Press.

linenlaid&felt: Handmade Books.

linenlaid&felt: Handmade Books

in bruno is where i long to be | books.

43 magazine.


photos link:

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EXERCISE B –


Wednesday – 12/1

OPEN STUDIO

discuss theme/format/technique

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WEEK 14

Monday 4/17 – OPEN STUDIO > printing tiles

Wednesday 4/19 – CRITIQUE PROJECT 3

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WEEK 13

Monday 4/10 –

Block Printing Demo

OPEN STUDIO


Wednesday 4/12 –

OPEN STUDIO

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WEEK 12

Monday 4/3 –

Pattern: A systematic repetition of an elements throughout a work.


Iconic???

 


Commercial Applications:


Fine Art Usage:

Damien Hirst


Clark Richert


Historical Pioneers of textile design:

William Morris:

Marimekko:


 


Earth’s Most Stunning Fractals


Resources:

http://www.tartanmaker.com/

http://kevs3d.co.uk/dev/lsystems/#

https://sciencevsmagic.net/fractal/

https://www.flor.com/design-studio/


Tutorials:

Analog:https://www.skillshare.com/tutorials/5-Steps-to-Illustrating-a-Repeat-Pattern-by-Hand/59

Digital: http://www.photoshopessentials.com/basics/repeating-patterns-intro/



Wednesday 4/5 –

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WEEK 11

NO CLASS (4/3 & 4/5)
INSTRUCTOR EMERGENCY


Utilize this week to complete the first two exercises for Unit 3 (Pattern + Nature).

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

*You will basically do research on pattern, find images (of naturally occurring items) that have interesting shapes. You will create hand drawn images from these inspiration sources. The drawings should be of forms that take inspiration from your researched source images.

For example:

The image below uses repetition, and simple contour line to render floral forms. Because these forms are floating on the paper (not breaking the picture plane), they can easily be turned into a pattern. This will be demoed and explained further when we meet next week.

Another example:

The below image has taken inspiration from a photo of a tree’s rings. The resulting drawing(s) have already been turned into a pattern. You DO NOT need to create a pattern, yet. Just create drawings for now.

Other acceptable investigations:

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WEEK 10

NO CLASSES SPRING BREAK (3/20 & 3/22)

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WEEK 9

Monday 3/13 –

OPEN STUDIO

WEDNESDAY 3/15 –

CRITIQUE PROJECT 2

ALL WORK DUE

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