What Makes Good Propaganda Portraits
‘A good piece of propaganda is often a striking piece of art.’ Political propaganda has been extremely popular through the early ages, when people began voting and choosing their leaders. Even before the days of printing technologies, hand painted posters were quite popular. These were later replaced by small-scale prints. Today, advanced technologies has made it easier for politicians to create many such portraits in shorter time frames.Pen and Ink Drawings of Houses and Other Buildings
A case in favour of pen and ink drawings of houses and other buildings: – from an artist’s perspective. Why would people want to have pen and ink drawings of their house or place of residence? Well, there are numerous reasons for this. One can imagine that these sorts of illustrations probably originated, historically, with the advent of architecture; before a building was constructed, the future occupants would have needed some sort of idea as to how their future residence should look (as well as giving the artisans an indication of what goal they were working towards!).
Graphics will get your customer’s attention and help them answer any questions they may have. These visual expressions are a must when it comes to publishing, political campaigns, business presentations, company logos or simply to get the meaning out to the general public.Is Real Butterfly Art Underused in Hospital Decor?
Interior designing for hospitals is big business. Unfortunately, it is often underdeveloped and under appreciated. It doesn’t need to be that way. Even if you have a small budget, real butterfly art can add not only a beautiful and peaceful environment, it can provide a deeply symbolic message of hope and healing for your patients.Artist Prints – Fantastic Investments and Valuable Gifts
Would you believe that even the art world is ruled by fashion? Limited edition artist prints are back in fashion! After a lull of over 20 years museums and galleries are bringing them out of storage and their prices are beginning to rise in auction houses all over the world.