Beckett altered book, people suffer when the picture goes empty, our neurons need pictures for their living.
In today's cut throat world it's harder for mediocre pictures to retain their position.
Smart pictures are not sure how solidly they can stand on their own two feet embracing complexity and nuance—learning.
Things are getting more complex and unpredictable.
Art is necessary by virtue of the very proof of fairies inherent in it.
Smart art does not involve anything complicated. Books have incorporated images into their pages since time immemorial.
"L'image" written by Samuel Beckett.
The book contains only one sentence and spans eight pages. Are pixels really real? The book transports us to other times and places and states of being. Wise pictures actually enjoy the sound of silence.
Artist's self portraits may assume that if the painting does not agree with the art critics that they can "vote with their feet" and decline participation.
In several painted book works, Wright layers designs over the printed pages of much-loved volumes from his personal collection, in some cases improvising on their existing illustrations, in others obscuring the images entirely or adding images to text. These works evoke a wide variety of sources and references, from medieval illuminated manuscripts to Tom Phillips’s painted and collaged bookwork, in which the artist transforms an obscure original into an entirely new personal narrative. Faking it is over.
Doodling seemed like a good idea at the time because visual people are basically either illustrators or illustrations. Weird art is a waste of time as an end-in-itself exercise, explaining why artworks should take a long time to make. Internet is full of pictures that just sits around and does nothing.
Each lobster holds a seemingly bottomless wealth of knowledge, both artistically and historically, about each seafloor organisms.