All submissions other than articles must be a direct link to a static image or gif url must end in. Personally, I'm inclined to agree with you 100%--a physical experience seems no reason to create artwork. In fact, the popular street artist , who has catapulted his guerilla street art pastime into a profitable career as an auctionable contemporary artist, has come under criticism for his art contributing to the gentrification of neighborhoods. Negativity is a poor reason to create. Their theory, named the and first published in 1982, argues that crime is the inevitable result of disorder, and that if neglect is present in a place, whether it is disrepair or thoughtless graffiti, people walking by will think no one cares about that place, and the unfavorable damage is therefore acceptable. While it may in fact be an eyesore to some, the world or those who give a f—k anyway need to understand that a quick tag or throw-up is like the flag that gets put on the moon. I would offer the same in return but judging by the date of your post, I must assume that you are already completed your work, in which case, I am most interested in reading it.
Billboards, magazine photos, Web sites are not. A good example of this is the stained glass windows of medieval churches that were intended to teach religious lessons in pictures to those who could not read. Now, if there are ordinals that cannot be referred to in this way, then, by the properties of the ordinals, there must be a least such ordinal. When sorting objects into art and not art categories, some learners will raise the idea that art requires special technical skill and that art cannot be mass-produced. These people are ruining the public perception of skateboarders and just make it harder for the rest of us to skate spots and interact with security when they come to kick us out. I don't like his art aesthetically but I get the idea and it's a pretty cool idea. Newman; the late Anne Duncan in her extolations of and ; and Henry Lehman for whom relativism in the visual arts is not a symptom of cultural suicide but a point of departure.
You touched upon the other side of the coin, as well. It has become a form of graffiti used to cover a sign, poster, or any piece of advertisement that stands or hangs. And so I fight, here, in this war, away from you. And although these markings are sometimes misconstrued as vandalism or a nuisance, they are necessary because they provide the basis for more elaborate graffiti art? It tells me something I would learn in no other way. In order for a word to become meaningful, to enter the stream of language, there must be a consensus on what it means. Only religion and politics would receive such polar reactions of opposition. I'm not even sure where that leaves me--I guess it means there are no definite answers as would be expected.
Be respectful and stay on topic Bigotry, slapfights, and off topic comments will not be tolerated and may result in all parties being banned. I would prefer the picture of the pink cat! But it isnt the same to be honest, there is always going to be that itch to flood a homemade and bomb insides…. I wish I was able to express my thoughts on Art as you have here. Do not make multiple posts. That is, objects that are created within a particular culture tell you many things about the experiences, values, and beliefs of the people of that culture. But I got in doubt while I ran across a painting of a demon or dark creature terrifying to look at, but so beautifully carried out technically. You need art for personal evolution which may involve some form of self healing or self discovery, improving one's understanding of the Universe, becoming more intelligent, becoming more human.
Cliches result from a narrowed perspective. No physical or electronic security system is impenetrable however and you should take your own precautions to protect the security of any personally identifiable information you transmit. Of course, this way of thinking begs the question: Can the sole purpose of an object be to give aesthetic pleasure? Do not include links to blogs, social media, or stores. I don't quite think that a framed sheet of blank paper is artwork, but I do love the concept. Your thoughts on how and why we create were very insightful.
I have thought about this and I am going to provisionally say that I believe it's true. The difference he notes on communicating are actually differences on marketing during different eras and even then, imagine what it was for people having memories from that era, watching Questionable and Video Days as they came out. I could have used your smart insight on art yesterday and today. But as you said it's a matter of taste. No fan art, comics, or requests for work. Thank you for your time and for the great article above. I like that you gather that Van Gogh wasn't concerned about an audience I guess since his work speaks to me so personally I gloss over that fact, but in light of the context of his life and lack of audience what you say makes sense and is thought provoking.
But at the same time, we are no longer comfortable with dismissing it as art because it fails to fit what we think art should be whatever that is. I was ridiculed by my peers as I defiantly contended they proved my point for me: my assertion as its creator that my car-waxed sign was art was insufficient because no one else accepted it as art. When you receive the information, if you think any of it is wrong or out of date, you can ask us to change or delete it for you. Now these are the ways of the fake artists and those who are in collusion with them; these, let us remember, are Dr Frankensteins, who do not have any original ideas, no sparks of creativity, and no purpose for their art beyond convincing others that they are indeed, artists! The beauty of art as a process is that it includes and welcomes this type of critical thinking. Art is something from the psyche, heart, soul--whatever we want to call it, but it is not a substitute for push-ups! In Duchamp's case, his viewers agreed that the toilet bowl was art--and on some level, with that agreement, it apparently became art.
The answer lies in the fact that the human being is a new design coming out of evolution. Is it he from one of those sketchy little European countries no one has ever been to but that people always say they want to visit someday? Defined by , skateboarding is a ludic, playful activity that is an extended form of play. If you are selling art, then making a collection of art that goes together is a wise business choice. I find graffiti to be very honest expressions of feelings and, frankly, far more beautiful than it is usually given credit for. Like talking about how interested in their jobs or hobbies you are. Like you, I question whether it is really creativity.