The Noop and Paw adventure continue and this time it’s for an exhibition in Chicago. Two thumbs up for the Coarse team for the good work.
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Ribbonesia’ is the art project which artist and illustrator ‘BAKU’ Maeda has been working on.
As an artist, ‘BAKU’ has been using brush and pen as extension of his hands and imagination.
Last couple of years, he found more interest in the way of expression in 3 dimensional and sculptural way by using ribbon and other fabric materials.
He has been always obsessed in varieties of animals and its expressions and habits since his early ages.
His obsession towards animals becomes his major motif of his daily creation.
Recently, he is working with many colors of ribbon and creating various animals expression.
This simple repetition of twist and bend sublime such rich expression of animals and it often capture the essence of life.
every animals are delicately made by hands. colors are carefully chosen. so, none of the animals are the same. They are all different and special.
Far from regular wrapping usage, ‘BAKU’ made his own world, “the world of Ribbonesia” with full of life and joy.
Bright and inviting, these posters do not only fulfill their primary task, such as announcing some event and inviting people to visit it, but they also carry a significant esthetic load, making people stop by and contemplate a particular poster, which is often not only an example of contemporary advertising media, but art piece as well. Cruzine magazine has selected some bright and prominent examples of modern posters, where a creative idea or concept is wrapped up with the best designing techniques, offered by modern graphic design industry.
Whether it is a dance club party, art festival, or a training workshop – an arresting poster, placed in some crowded locations, can easily fulfill its main duty and attract people’s attention. Moreover, if the poster was created with the art in mind, such announcement will attract the attention of not only its target audience, but also of those, who like street art, modern art, or simply like to enjoy some fresh graphic art without visiting a gallery.
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Tess Allas describes her three-year journey across Australia exploring Indigenous art making outside of ‘remote’ Aborginal Australia.
Starting in New South Wales, Tess made her way to regions below the so-called Rowley line that divides ‘remote’ Indigenous Australians from those who live and work this side of the frontier.Funded by a Australian Research Council Discovery grant, Tess describes how the findings of this research, now known as the ‘Storylines’ project is influencing arts funding policies and repositioning Indiginous artists from settled Australia.
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Designed in 2004 by Marcel Wanders, thewas born of a rather fortunate accident. As Wanders recalls, “I made a mistake, I fixed the table-top under the supporting bars instead of on top, and found a space which was always there but was never seen, I created a lid to cover and to hide and change a few hundred years of classic table making.”
The Two Tops Secretary features a fold-away top for hiding away the home office when not using the second, lower desk top. Or the table top creates a useful primary workspace with ample storage underneath. For added functionality, complete this desk with the optional Two Tops Box in white powder-coated steel to tuck away files and paperwork.
The 360° Stool by Konstantin Grcic takes modern seating to a new level. With a steel tube frame painted in epoxy resin, foot rest in die-cast aluminum and seat in integral self-bearing polyurethane, this ultra-modern stool is not simply functional, it is also pleasing to the eye. It swivels on a star base and it has adjustable height with gas piston. Available in Arancio (orange) or Black.
Modeling and texturing electronics is something that most CG artists have to do at some point, because they appear in cinema, videogames and promotional artworks. Whether it’s a spaceship HUD or an old phonograph, nearly all electronics have elements in common, such as buttons, knobs, speakers, screens, LEDs and more. These elements can make or break the realism of a 3D model, but they are very easy to create with some proper tools and instruction.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to model and texture a Pioneer CDJ in Cinema4D, with realistic CD bay, buttons, screen and lights. You’ll see how to use primitives to do the majority of the modeling, as well as using boolean and NURBs to achieve some more complex geometry.
Introduced in 1952,
Innovative materials and design highlight this bright modern chair from designer Marco Maran. The
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