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A different take on contrast: non-contrast. More precise: the black paintings by Ad Reinhardt. His black paintings are made of pure pigment, with slight differences in hue (he uses blue, green and red to add to his black). 112 more words

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A small summarization of Johannes Itten’s chapter about Contrast in his book “The Elements of Color”.

ITTEN’S COLOR CONTRASTS

Johannes Itten was one of the first people to define and identify strategies for successful color combinations. 623 more words

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Third contrast article. Allen Ruppersberg. The 1988 exhibition called The Sky Above/The Mud Below. From the Los Angeles Times website, a review of the exhibition by Suzanne Muchnic, who nicely summarizes the overall confrontation with the exhibition. 512 more words

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Another article about the subject of contrast. In this one I’ll be talking about the Bodoni¬†typeface. The¬†font was made by the Italian Giambattista Bodoni in 1789 and is considered a late classisistic serif letter. 217 more words

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Guest Post: On Building A Portfolio

By Thom Glick

The portfolio is how artists share their work, their skills, their strengths, their weaknesses, their goals, their fears and, of course, themselves. 1,866 more words

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So, last time during the class meeting we got stuck. We were trying too hard to get the structure and design of our website finished, instead of focusing on the actual content of our website. 1,229 more words

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This morning I’ve focused on the website we’re going to create. The biggest challenge of this website lies in the scope of the content. Because contrast is such a broad term and is basically seen everywhere, it’s important to really define the contrasts being used. 318 more words

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