Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design by Jennifer Bass and Pat Kirkham – review
This piece of art work by Saul Bass is called Anatomy of a murder which has been produced as a film poster. Saul Bass: Born: May 8th 1920 the bronx new york city Died april 25th 1996 los angeles california united states. Education: james monroe high school, brooklyn college, art students league of new york.
Jane Radstrom first studied drawing and painting at Watts Atelier California. The methods practiced in atelier schools are based on meticulous renaissance traditions of masterful realism. She then attended Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, earning a BFA in Illustration. Illustration is all about bringing ideas to life – it is art created to clearly convey specific meaning. Now, she create works which she considers to be contemporary realism out of my studio in Austin, TX…
Raleigh bicycle posters – As Raleigh Cycle is sold to Dutch rival Accell for £62m, historian Carlton Reid - author of free e-book roadswerenotbuiltforcars.com - takes a look at posters produced by the British institution over the years. He says Raleigh's strapline - "the all steel bicycle" - was introduced in the 1890s and used for decades.
The winning picture was taken during an operation on the brain of a living epilepsy patient.The awards will be on display at the Wellcome Collection in London until December 2012 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2164892/Incredible-close-shot-living-human-brain-wins-microscope-photography-competition.html#ixzz1z1ul7QPy