art333 midterm

Filippo Marinetti
- 1914
- Sound poems
- based off war
- style: futurism

difference between futurism and cubism:
- movement and speed
- cubism is about reassembling images from memory
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Aubrey Beardsley "Salome" - 1890s - style is aestheticism - did his drawings for Oscar Wilde's play Salome - caused uproar because women were too sexual and dominant - motto is "art for art's sake"Peter Behrens AEG Poster - 1910 - Behrens founded Deutscher work fund translating to "German Work Federation" - belief that improving industrial design could strengthen economy - 2 elements are: geometric patterns and lightbulb is basic and becomes a symbol - he made: a brandFrederic Goudy ATF Copperplate 1900s - Goudy stays away from embellishments - pushed legibility w/ their fonts - moved around working for many people and himself - avoided sanserif - created many typefaces - didn't do well with private press work"Youth" - associated with EckmannJugendEdward Penfield "Harper's ad" - 1890s - lines emulate Japanese art - sends message that people of good taste read harper's, harper's is everywhere, people who read harper's follow the rules of public decorumEadweard Muybridge "Motion study" - late 19th Century - known for motion study - known as father of filmFrederic Goudy "The Inland Printer" -1890s - one of most influential magazines in America at the time - Designed to send out technical information and advertised products and services - focal point of the first great period of America Illustration - promoted new technology - became first magazine to change cover with every issueThe Inland PrinterJohn Everett Millais "Pears Soap ad" - 1880s - Painted in England - Raises questions between fine art and applied art - raises questions about ownershipJules Cheret "lithographed poster of dancer Loie Fuller" - 1890s - style is art nouveaux (bc curvilinear, female subject, movement) - chromolithographyLucien Bernhard "poster for Adler Typewriters" - 1900s - takes common, everyday objects and turns them into highly aesthetic objects - style and movement is sachplakat - defined by flat colors and simplified imagesArs Moriendi was about:dyingThe Crying Murther Year - Type: newsbook - named for their: folded format - images often recycled"Youth" illustrated journal - target boy youth and signaled social norms and living a good lifefirst medium for making copies of imageswoodcutused as generic reusable representations (true)images were...Freeform letters could interact with figurative compositionsfalsemodels for construction of machines were spread by mouthfalseAlphonse Mucha year "Job cigarettes poster" -1890s - style is art nouveaux (bc patterned background; organic forms) - art nouveaux influence by Japanese art- 1890s - menu heads - Printed by lithography - style is victorian bc ornate - created as stock imagesJesse Wilcox Smith "A Christmas morning" - 1900s - was important because she was a woman in print industry (one of greatest illustrators)Koloman Moser - 1890s - translates to "sacred spring" - Ver Sacrum was their publication - Style: secessionista transposition of the properties of one sense perception into the form of another, as in tasting or hearing a color.synesthesialanguage or images used to persuade a group to adopt a particular set of ideas; systematic indoctrination by means of verbal or visual messages.propagandaan attitude according to which the effective operation of an object, space, or communication is of paramount value in its design; a principle of early twentieth-century movements that applied art to design problems and ran counter to art-for-art's-sake's embrace of purposelessness.functionalismthe historical period of cultural change associated with the effects of the industrial revolution; the qualities or conditions of this period. Private press - a publishing house that is owned and operated by a small group or individual who directs all editorial, design and production decisions, often without the influence of commercial considerations.modernitygrounded in a human-centered view of the world. With reference to type, any face that emulates the writing style associated with this tradition.humanisticlate 19th century art movement associated with the concept of art-for-arts sakeAestheticismliterally, lasting only a day; printed matter for short-term use such as handbills, tickets, announcements, and menus; any items of brief utility or fleeting value.ephemeracolor lithographic printing from stone or plate, popularized in the second half of the nineteenth century.chromolithographyin German, poster style; a design trend in the early 1900s that emphasized flat areas of bold color.Plakatstila photographic process that uses a screen to translate an image of continuous tone into the patterned dots of a reproducible image; the result of this process.halftonean etching process renowned for rich tonal values that involves coating a plate with photosensitive gelatin and powdered resin, exposing it, and etching it in an acid bath.photogravureany visual work produced in a two-dimensional format.graphic artDe Stijl logotype - 1910s - wraps letter parts around each other that is imitation of printers rule - machined- 1890s - Fine and applied arts mentioned - A little more organic than its competitors - All journals were spreading visual styles and ideas - Design ideas started to come from these types of publicationsEl Lissitzky, The Isms of Art