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Contemporary and Post-Modernism blog post

David Hockney David Hockney is an English painter, draftsmen, and photographer born on July 9, 1937, in Bradford, England. He was 4th out of 5 children of Laura and Kenneth Hockney. Despite the terror during World War 2, David was… Continue Reading →

Survey 6 spread

For this spread, I was given the task to do an artifact. Since the period we covered was a period where labour unions and women started to become more prominent in the work industry, my goal was to convey the… Continue Reading →

WW2 propaganda: Donald Duck becomes a Nazi and betrays Uncle Sam(Survey 10:1930~1945)

How Disney made the Duck plead his allegiance to Hitler(and ruin your childhood) When the Great Depression hit America, millions of American workers became unemployed and had no job. This happened to the now famous animation company, Disney. Valued animators… Continue Reading →

Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art blog post

Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein was an American Pop artist who was born on October 27, 1923 in New York City. He was born to Jewish-German immigrants and at a young age began to have an interest in art, music, and… Continue Reading →

Cubism, Dadaism, and Surrealism blog post

Giorgio de Chirico Giorgio de Chirico was a Surrealist Italian painter born on Volos, Greece on July 10, 1888. His father was a railway engineer and came from a noble family and had a brother and a sister who died… Continue Reading →

New Invention (literally) Burns People’s Eyes with Astonishing Visuals(Survey 9: 1925~1930)

Behold! The Machine that will make people into future cavemen John Logie Baird was born near Glasgow in 1888 and he would become well-known as the inventor of the very first television. He studied at the Royal Technical College and… Continue Reading →

Survey 3 spread

For this spread, I was given the role to design a spread about fashion throughout three time periods, Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo. First, I used orang watercolor paint to fill the background in order to create an old aging paper… Continue Reading →

Fake News Running Rampant in Europe(Survey 8)

Countries use fake over-exaggerated posters to promote war During the advent of World War I, the European countries as well as Canada and the US, utilized propaganda as a way to convince people to join or support the war effort… Continue Reading →

Expressionism, Fauvism, and Early 20th Century blog post

Andre Derain Andre Derain was a Fauvist French artist born on June 10, 1880, in Chatou, France. Andre’s father was a milkman and an elected politician and was quite well respected in the community. Derain was educated in Saint Croix… Continue Reading →

Aboriginal Leader Finally Wins the Rights that the Natives God Damn deserve(Survey 7: 1905~1915)

Meet the Leader who is willing to kick ass For a long ass time, Native Americans and Canadian aboriginals have been constantly been oppressed by governments ran by old white geezers fueled with racism. Their land was stolen, forced migration,… Continue Reading →

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