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DigiPop - Chapter 2 [Pastoral]

I completely forgot to update chapter 2 on my blog, after having updated it here. Here you go. You’ll have chapter 3 soon.



The rich colors and “bubbles” of some of the papers I have altered with Citra Solv often make me think of the work of Gustav Klimt, an Austrian artist of the late 1800s to early 1900s.  200 more words


Ver Sacrum Magazine

Ver Sacrum, latin for ‘Sacred Spring’, was an Austrian magazine published between 1898 and 1903. It was a magazine created by the Vienna Secession, a group of artists who had resigned from the Association of Austrain Artists. 141 more words


Judith needs a List

Wilhelm List is hard to pin down.

FIRST,  there are two infamous men with the name Wilhelm List.

  • Wilhelm List the Painter (1864-1918) was an Austrian, one of the twelve illustrators of the 1902 catalogue for the Viennese Secession dedicated to Beethoven.
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A Tourist in Vienna

I previously posted about traveling to Vienna, Austria to participate in the photo exhibition “Pretty Raw“. However, beyond helping set up the exhibit, I did have some free time to wander around Vienna. 642 more words


Megg`s History of Graphic Design Chp. 10-12 Smmary

As the quality of book design and production declined during the nineteenth century, a few publishers decided to regain the beauty of book design that it had before. 303 more words