This artist is name tom kieth and he mostly does photography thats what i read in the bio but i guess he does illustration too. It really doesn’t say what he used except for illustration and thats it. I think he probably used illustrator or adobe photo shop to create this piece probably because of the silhouetted birds in the back ground , or he probably just drew this hime self and added the cool back grounds and silhouettes in the back ground which really gives it a cool effect rather than just babby birds on a flat background.
It really doesn’t say what the piece is about . it just says the title icon one,but its a picture of Marilyn Monroe using a variety of typography in different contrasts. Maybe its meant to portray propaganda or maybe its just to use typography in a cool way. I think the artist just used simple cut and and place like what we did last time with the Jack and Jill. He could have used something as simple as paint or some other adobe program.
Right now I’m’ writing this post trying to come up with ideas on how to make the most amazing post ever. Most of my day is full of thought ,random thoughts and important thoughts. I even think about the time span, shortcuts, and how long I will have until my next class. When something is tiring, or when things aren’t working for me, such as reading, studying and other things, I take matters into my own hands and come up with creative ideas to help more difficult tasks become lightwieght. However, my influence just doesn’t come from daily responsibilitiesand the air; most of the time my ideas are created by the people I have conversed with, the places I have been , and the diversity that I like to surround me. It also comes from my love of art, abstract art, and art history. I watched the video on you tube about where ideas came from. I enjoyed it, it was interesting another experience, and lecture diverse and different from the normal you tube lecture.
A) Adobe Illustrator -3
B) Adobe Photoshop-3
C) Digital Design-3
D) Sketching/Drawing on Paper-3
E) Idea Refinement-3
G) Vector Drawing-2