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ReVision Arts Exhibition Thursday May 24th

ReVision Arts Exhibition Thursday May 24th

We are excited to announce the ReVision Arts Collective will have it first NYC show on Thursday, May 24th at the 7,000 sq ft gallery of Center 548. The ReVision Art Collective premiere exhibition will also include works from the “Voyeurism” Exhibition. It explores 360° design in which one theme is...
Observations

Observations

The explosive development of digital technology has had major impact upon graphic design as a profession. To take this observation about digital technology one step further, it can be said that digital technology has transformed more than applied arts. It has actually transformed, and continues to transform,
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Mephistopheles Probably Wished He Was More Like Sisyphus or Whatever, You Know What I'm Sayin'? (Part 2)

Mephistopheles Probably Wished He Was More Like Sisyphus or Whatever, You Know What I’m Sayin’? (Part 2)

“Inspiration could be called inhaling the memory of an act never experienced.” - Jonathan Letham, via Ned Rorem.   It seems only a natural progression and appropriate response to the Postmodern condition of creativity, to briefly touch upon the various manifestations and re-contexualisations of Mephistopheles, and to gaze into the horizon of creative linearity in...
Mephistopheles Recurring. (Part 1)

Mephistopheles Recurring. (Part 1)

    “Ah, he serves you well, indeed! He scorns earth’s fare and drinks celestial mead. Poor fool, his fervent drives him far! He half knows his own madness, I’ll be bound. He’d pillage heaven for its brightest star, And earth for every last delight that’s to be found; Not all that’s near nor far...
‘Young British Art II’ Opening Thursday 9 February 2012

‘Young British Art II’ Opening Thursday 9 February 2012

You are invited to an exhibition curated by Ryan Gander and Christina von Rotenhan at DIENSTGEBAEUDE, Zurich, CH. Opening Thursday 9 February 6.00pm until Saturday March 17, 2012 Gallery Hours: Open Thursday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm and also by appointment These young artists chosen for this exhibition are all exceptionally talented individuals, who are British...
D2PC: Death To Pie Charts Exhibiton Opens Tues Feb 7th

D2PC: Death To Pie Charts Exhibiton Opens Tues Feb 7th

D2PC Invitation The Death to Pie Charts Exhibition Opening is Tuesday Feb. 7th through Feb. 11th at the Museum at FIT, 227 West 27th Street, NYC. This group show, featuring some of the top design students of FIT’s MDC produces noteworthy multimedia design that visually examines the recent trend of conceptualizing information in the design...
B.C. #2 at Mexico Project Space, Leeds

B.C. #2 at Mexico Project Space, Leeds

26th January through 02nd of February 2012 B.C. are delighted to present B.C. #2, a group exhibition by some of the world’s most exciting new artists, at Mexico Project Space, Leeds. Here 29 artists were asked to create black and white artworks which have been photocopied onto A2 size fluorescent paper. The artists have consented to their work being liberally...
Part 1: Can Techies be Creative?

Part 1: Can Techies be Creative?

  At a Digital Arts in Education conference, not so long ago a few questions were posed. The first question was: “How should we prepare ourselves for the rapidly increasing demand for software creativity?”  This question captured my attention mainly because of the way it was phrased. I understood that the questioner deliberately placed the word “software” before...
My |krē-āˈtivitē| Recipe

My |krē-āˈtivitē| Recipe

My |krē-āˈtivitē| Recipe. Since I was a child I’ve been fascinated with the creative world. It is also when I’ve started my journey to explore myself as a creative individual. I’ve learned many things, some more unexpected than others, about myself and about my creative habits. The list is long, always evolving and includes for...
Voyeurism Gallery is Live

Voyeurism Gallery is Live

Take a look.  ReVision Arts Gallery — Voyeurism
Theme One: Voyeurism

Theme One: Voyeurism

ReVision Arts has asked artists from around the globe to contribute conceptually strong work of art based on the theme of Voyeurism. Artists are encouraged to document their process of arriving at their visual representation on Voyeurism. From the French voyeur, “one who looks” can take several forms, but its principal characteristic is that the...
Ten Things I Have Learned: Milton Glaser (Part of AIGA Talk in London)

Ten Things I Have Learned: Milton Glaser (Part of AIGA Talk in London)

November 22, 2001 1. 
YOU CAN ONLY WORK FOR PEOPLE THAT YOU LIKE. This is a curious rule and it took me a long time to learn because in fact at the beginning of my practice I felt the opposite. Professionalism required that you didn’t particularly like the people that you worked for or at...
Documenting Current Trends In Design

Documenting Current Trends In Design

We at ReVision Arts have recently reached out to the curators of one of our favorite sites. Trendlist.org. They have been doing an amazing job in their spare time of identifying the current trends; such as style, techniques, use of graphics, color and typography (to name a few), which are being incorporated into designing Internationally....
Urbino's Anthem

Urbino’s Anthem

This is a bit fascinating. This post is here not because of the design but rather the process and observation that is being made and catalogued. ‘Urbino’s Anthem’ stems from the audio and visual observation of the church bells of the churches and cathedrals in Urbino ring daily. Artist Ruben Doornweerd noticed that the systems...