Cubism/Futurism

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Shattered Images - futurism, cubism - tonal value, still life, observational drawing - yr 9-11

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Aleksandra Ekster (Russian 1882–1949) [Futurism, Cubism, Constructivism, Suprematist] Costume design for Herodiade of "Salome" by Oscar Wilde (Aleksandra Ekster).

Aleksandra Ekster (Russian 1882–1949) [Futurism, Cubism, Constructivism, Suprematist] Costume design for Herodiade of "Salome" by Oscar Wilde (Aleksandra Ekster).

20th C British Art: David Bomberg - Cyprus (1948). was an English painter. Bomberg painted a series of complex geometric compositions combining the influences of cubism and futurism in the years immediately preceding World War I .After WW1, Bomberg moved to a more figurative style in the 1920s and his work became increasingly dominated by portraits and landscapes drawn from nature.

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I can never come up with what to say so here are some words that I love from Leonard Cohen:ring the bells that still can ringforget your perfect offering- there is a crack in everything that's how the light gets in ~leonard...

This piece of graphic design is of a merry go round full of people. It gives an impression of exhilarating movement and speed. It is influenced by cubism with the simple shapes and futurism with the theme of speed and machinery.

Hitchcock's Vertigo - linocut book cover illustration for BFI - LinocutBoy

I’ve just finished a book cover design of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo for the BFI (British Film Institute). It is part of a series of books on 100 classic films which they are re-publishing this year with new covers by invited artists. Vertigo book cover – detail I had never seen Vertigo, and the only other …

Aleksandra Ekster (Russian 1882–1949) [Futurism, Cubism, Constructivism, Suprematist] Genoa, 1913-1914.

Costume Design - Aleksandra Ekster - WikiArt.org

‘Costume Design’ was created by Aleksandra Ekster in Constructivism style. Find more prominent pieces of design at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

The City Rises - Umberto Boccioni, 1910. Regardless of what Futurists intended to overcome, the influence of Divisionism still strongly remains in Futurism arts. By using the techniques of Divisionism, they tried to express the blurs made by movement of objects with the sharp contrasts of divided colors. It was only after they met with Cubism when they finally went beyond Divisionism.

The City Rises - Umberto Boccioni, 1910. Regardless of what Futurists intended to overcome, the influence of Divisionism still strongly remains in Futurism arts. By using the techniques of Divisionism, they tried to express the blurs made by movement of objects with the sharp contrasts of divided colors. It was only after they met with Cubism when they finally went beyond Divisionism.