As you can see, my previous post was about art of optical illusion. Today, I would like to talk about my favorite two illusion artists. One of them is from the past, while the other is a modern artist.
Maurits Cornelis Escher, a graphic artist, was born in 1898 and died in 1972. He is known as the world’s most famous graphic artist and his work is still enjoyed by millions of people. M.C. Escher is famous for creating pictures with impossible structures. These include Ascending and Descending, Relativity and Transformation Prints. Although he did some realistic art work, people are more familiar with M.C. Escher with his creative, yet strange illusion art.
Now, here are some of M.C. Escher’s work:
Meet Julian Beever! He is my favorite illusion artist who is still alive! He is a British chalk artist, who draws his art on pavements and murals on the streets. He has been doing his work since 1990s and he still continues to draw. He uses a method called, anamorphosis, which is a projection technique that is used to make 2D art into 3D if the drawing is viewed at a correct angle. Beever first designs his sketch on paper, and then checks is his sketch is going to work using camera lenses. His work is usually based on music. Beever’s amazing art has made the streets and walls of many streets colorful and unique, thus spreading his pursue of illusion art to the community.
Here are some of Julian Beever’s work:
I don’t know how he made this but it seems pretty amazing!
This is an explanation of one of this drawing, Belvedere.
Julian Beever in Miami
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Hi! I would like to show you how to make a weekly planner!
You can use it as a white board too! It is simple and easy to make. I hope you like it! : )
– paper -pencil/eraser
-construction paper -self-adhesive laminating sheet
-colored pencils -glue stick
*These are just the list of things I used! Remember that you are not limited to these materials!
1. Make a border around the paper using the construction paper.
2. Also make the columns using the construction paper. I only made 6 columns because I wanted only from Monday to Saturday, but it is up to you to decide how many columns you want to make.
3. Write the days of the week and draw any pictures you want!
I drew a girl in each column doing different activities everyday. Also, I drew a character that I created on the last column!
4. Color your drawings with markers, colored pencils, etc. Outlining your drawing with a pen first always helps!
5. Laminate your drawing and you are done!
*I know you can’t tell if I laminated my planner in this picture…but I did!
6. Now you can write your homework, event, schedule, and etc with a dry-erase marker!
Start organizing your week and let’s get things done!
Thanks for reading!
I hope you liked it!
Useful Links: http://zenhabits.net/2007/04/big-rocks-first-double-your-productivity-this-week/
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