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THE CARTOON VERSION OF BELGIUM PERSONIFICATION – Hergé, Belgian cartoonist father of The Adventures of Tintin

Popular drawing style and ligne claire comic albums The intellectual properties of the images that appear on this blog correspond to their authors. We only wish to spread the knowledge of these creative people, allowing others to appreciate the works. If you want to know other cartoonists, you can type http://meetingbenches.com/category/cartoonists/.

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GROTTESE COMICS AND NARRATIVE TECHNIQUE – Al Capp, American cartoonist and humorist

Satirical comic strips, urban experiences and the way the world viewed American South The intellectual properties of the images that appear on this blog correspond to their authors. We only wish to spread the knowledge of these creative people, allowing others to appreciate the works. If you want to know other cartoonists, you can type http://meetingbenches.com/category/cartoonists/.

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A CLEVER BLEND OF BEAUTY, INNOCENCE AND FRAGILITY – Minjae Lee: Always experimenting new materials and ways to do things

Finding inspiration in human face, abstract movement and color Its underground markets, always pulse with a chaotic and old world vibe. Here, “pali pali” (meaning quick, quick), it is a way of life. With its pulsing creative energy, Seoul (the Asian city that never sleeps), moves at a pace that rivals the world’s busiest. Near the Han River (to the …

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PAINTING ETERNAL DILEMMA OF HUMAN NATURE – Albín Brunovský, forgotten illustrator.

Joy of living, aesthetic experiences and mental refreshment. His native Záhorie (Western Slovakia, between the Little Carpathians to the east and the Morava river to the west), constitutes a powerful basis for his conditional graphic inspiration. His illustrations were also for children’s books. He was born in Záhorie, on Christmas Day 1935. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts …

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WHEN CREATIVITY CREATE FOULARD FOR STARS¬ – Vittorio Accornero de Testa: painting silk gardens.

Grow, in the liquid fixity of creative set-up Under his skies VITTORIO ACCORNERO DE TESTA was born, one of the protagonists of Italian creativity around the mid-twentieth century. In 1559, the Gonzagas built one of the most powerful European defensive citadels. Even now, Casale Monferrato is well known abroad, as “Capital of the Cold”, because there are manufactured windows and …

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CARL LARSSON (1853/1919), SWEDISH PAINTER – When a woman become a turning point in a painter’s life

Oils, watercolors and frescoes to express pictures of calm daily life CARL LARSSON 1/3 – At the age of thirteen, he joined the Stockholm Royal Swedish Academy of Arts. Thanks to his talent, over the years, the timid boy, born in 1853, had become a central figure in his academy. A publisher published his books (written and illustrated) containing reproductions …

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TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI – passionate of the city, it’s bustle and mood

TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI 1/4 – is an architect and watercolorist from Poland. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. He also studied and worked in Finland where he explored severe Nordic art and design. This period was represents important part of his artistic education. He learned about the basics of nature, such as light and shadow, reflections, …

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LOGICA MEMORATIVA – The Playing Cards by Thomas Murner

The face of this World is subject to the face of the heavens. Modelled on Canis minor, the more northerly of Orion’s two ‘dogs’. Capricorn, reworking the older model of Auriga as ‘Magus’. http://www.wopc.co.uk/ Influenced by Byzantium, Vittorino da Feltre’s school revived in Italy the habit of using exercise-games in elementary levels of teaching. In the late fifteenth century, from …

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A WEEK OF GOODNESS – Surrealistic collage novel by Max Ernst

Images cut from the illustrations of the nineteenth century serial novels, but with the novel the surrealists had no luck. The most famous were those novels for images that Max Ernst worked between 1929 and 1934, cutting out pictures, and then assembling them into collages (which added to his hand captions). A week of kindness https://www.amazon.ca/Une-Semaine-Bont%C3%A9-Surrealistic-Collage/dp/0486232522 is a dreamlike construction …

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THE REAL COLDNESS IS AT THE BOTTOM OF MY OFFENSIVE HEART – Andrea Pazienza, the Apulian who lived between Bologna and New York

ANDREA PAZIENZA 1/4 – He was born in San Benedetto Del Tronto, in May 1956. The first words he uttered after “mom and dad”, were “pencil and paper”. He really looked all over, but especially loved observing drawing. When the grandmother drew a giraffe, he carefully examined that animal, picked up a pencil and added small horns, forgotten by his …

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