Modern works of art

Written by Florie Lyn Masarate


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If artists inrepparttar past had only known what machines can do today, then they would not have spent too much time thinking of how they can put their thoughts into print or picture. They would not have exhausted their talents into something that are likely to be lost once they no longer exist. They would have enviedrepparttar 145549 people of today that are being spoon-fed by technologies that are easily accessible to them.

When prints were just symbols, people tried deciphering them to get its significance. Soon it was put into plain writing. Understanding them would mean having to go through its contents first and later figuring its meaning. Withrepparttar 145550 innovation of pictures put into prints, people just have to look atrepparttar 145551 graphics and they would know even without readingrepparttar 145552 writing what it is about.

With graphics design having its place inrepparttar 145553 present world today, people are now assured of work of arts that are easily accessible and reliable. Everyone can become modern Michaelangelos without having to climb up stairs and use a paintbrush.

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TIME TRAVELLING POSTERS AND PICTURES

Written by Florie Lyn Masarate


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Pictures not only preserved time, it can also tell a story. Looking at pictures, you get to think of what is happening there duringrepparttar time it was taken. Then you start making an order based fromrepparttar 145548 series of events. You make an ending of your own, depending onrepparttar 145549 series of pictures that you have seen. All this a person can do, by simply looking at pictures.

People should consider how fortunate it had been that they were born in this time when everything is ultra-modern. Get a recent picture and compare it with your parentsí. Changes are already recognizable in terms of texture, imagery and style. What started out as black and white has evolved into a wide range and variety of colors.

What would they think of next?

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