Looking for the next boost of creativity? Having a mood board might help? A mood board is a visual presentation made up of images or text that reflect a certain mood or theme. Having one is a must for anyone interested in design! Mood boards are useful for helping you have a clear focus for your content or design theme. So check out these five amazing mood boards that will boost your creativity!
Japanese art focuses on calligraphy, painting, and more recently anime and manga. Elements include use of negative space, minimalism, and simplicity. Motifs include Mount Fuji, clouds, bathing apes, and fish. Prominent figures include Hokusai, Yayoi Kusama, and Takashi Murakami.
Supreme was established in New York City in April 1994. The brand is targeted at skateboarding, hip hop cultures, and youth culture in general. It is often characterized by using visual elements of red, gray and white. Common motifs include skateboards, street hip hop, punk rock, rebellion, and anti-authority.
Deconstruction is the challenge to established meaning in art or text. Closely related to postmodernism, deconstructionism is based on the idea that for much of human history, trying to understand and define reality has led to various forms of domination- of nature, people of color, poor, homosexuals, etc. Rather than establishing any ultimate meaning, deconstructionism finds concrete experience more valuable than abstract ideas and therefore, rejects any attempts to produce a truth or history. With regards to design, deconstructionism incorporates many disordered elements that draw feelings of discomfort, rebellion and anarchy such as optical illusion, distorted space and form, irregular, scattered and mixed texts and fonts. For example, David Carson is an excellent example of deconstructionism in art.
Metaverse art is the expression of combining virtual worlds with visual elements of synthwave, online gaming, and cyberpunk. Think of themes like cyberpunk, cryptopunk, space, gaming, nfts, and crypto.
For Betamax Art, we are looking for more 60s retro art. Betamax (also known as Beta, as in its logo) is a consumer-level analog recording and cassette format of magnetic tape for video, commonly known as a video cassette recorder. It was developed by Sony and was released in Japan on May 10, 1975. Common motifs include rainbows, vinyl records, cassette tapes, retro tech and 60s art.
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