This artwork was inspired on the art movement called “de Stijl” and on Piet Mondrian’s model.
I used black lines to make the rectangle and square divisions, and the use of the primary colours is of great importance in the presentation of this art work.
Then I fused the concept with one of my favorite subjects, Pumas. As you can see, I cut the logo and I pkaced it randomly, as the model reflects the simplicity of the colorus and its relationship with the background.
I enjoy this piece of art because it shows me purpose but yet it is abstract in every sense.
Staatliches Bauhaus, commonly known simply as Bauhaus, was a arts school in Weimar, Germany that combined crafts and the fine arts, and was famous for the approach to design that it publicized and taught. It operated from 1919 to 1933. Founded by Walter Gropius
Bauhaus works with 6 philosophies
– Provide a foundation in all the arts.
– Be true to materials.
– Release inherent creative ability.
– Upgrade design consciousness.
– Unify art and technology.
– Establish a global design style.
Jade was often used to trade other valuble products like cocoa, copper, silver and many other procducts. It was very valuable back then and it is still to this day. A legacy of our ancestors these different types of art have become part of histoy and our pride.
Last week we had to check on a museum. So I went to the MUCA Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte. Its very interesting. And I hope you can visit the museum soon.
The theme on the fist floor lets you be reflexive on the publicity on our every day steps on the street. Also shows the slang on our streets.
This type of housing was being built in the year I was born 1987
Here we have some of the most emblematic buildings in Mexico city. Which one is your favorite?
This is the tower for Pemex in scale
Unfortunately in Mexico city there has been disaster. Few years back, two pipes from Pemex exploded. And in a different spot, there was a big quake that opened the earth into greatdeeps.
Here are some blueprints for downtown
Money, money, money and its changes throughout the years
- Muca (alfredojuarez562.wordpress.com)
- Hello Mexico City! (emilycarrrecruit.wordpress.com)
The one on the right is the one I did, what do you think?
Think I`m ready to be the next cartoonist? Hahaha xD
I was supposed to go to an event for sopitas.com last week. As you remember I could not go so I went to Grupo Reforma’s sixth art show at the Siqueiros gallery at the WTC on Insurgentes ave in Mexico city. One of my friends had a painting he made in the gallery compiting for a prize.
The next picture is my friend’s painting. I really liked it. It looks like he really put an effort into his work.
Different types of paintings. Oil, acrylic and other interesting tecniques. Take a look at the following pictures I took in the gallery. The picture I liked the most is the one with the corona beer and a piece of of meat, half a cow to be exact…
This painting is very interesting. Its a painting based on the original painting “the scream” from Edvard Munch.
Brave New World is a novel written in 1931 by Aldous Huxley and published in 1932. Set in London of AD 2540 (632 A.F. – “After Ford” – in the book), the novel anticipates developments in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation, and operant conditioning that combine to profoundly change society.
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