Artists Draw Pokemon As Dark Souls Bosses

Artists Draw Pokemon As Dark Souls Bosses

– [Jacob] Welcome to Drawfee, where we take your dumb ideas. – [Julia] And make even dumber drawings. – I’m Jacob. – I’m Julia. – [Karina] And I’m Karina. – [Jacob] And guys, we’ve come up with a combination of words– – [Julia] The crossover of the century. – [Jacob] That I think you’re gonna

Artists Draw Goku in Different Styles

– [Jacob] Welcome to Drawfee where we take your dumb ideas, – [Nathan] And make even dumber drawings. – [Jacob] I’m Jacob. – [Nathan] I’m Goku. – [Julia] I’m Bulma. (laughing) – [Jacob] Well, you heard it here. I’m joined by Goku and Bulma on this one. – [Nathan] Bulma, you sound sick, are you

What  is art?

What is art?

In Washington DC, I visited the Smithsonian American Art Museum. My favorite piece in the whole museum was an installation called “Please Do Not Enter.” Excuse me sir, This is not an exhibit. This is exhibit that closed two days ago. This is not art work. What? Art work is over here. This is not

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유아츠 화방 방문기 + 미술재료 하울 (U-ARTS in Osaka) : Hoyarn

유아츠 화방 방문기 + 미술재료 하울 (U-ARTS in Osaka) : Hoyarn

안녕하세요 호얀입니다 오늘은 한국에서부터 미처 챙겨 오지 못한 미술재료를 사러 오사카에 있는 화방을 다녀온 영상을 보여 드리려고 합니다 오사카에 있는 U-ARTS 라는 곳인데요 외국인 관광객들이 많이 찾는지 택스리펀도 되더라고요 카드도 되고요(일본엔 카드 안 되는 곳이 꽤 있음) 매장 내부는 이렇게 생겼습니다 여러 필기구들과 등등의 미술 도구들, 마카도 있고요 기본 화방에서 판매하는 물건들을 팔고 있었습니다 무엇보다

Top 10 Japanese Art Supplies

Top 10 Japanese Art Supplies

Top 10 Japanese Art Supplies Japanese drawing supplies are taking the art world by storm. In this video, we’ll talk about our favorite art supplies from Japan, and why we love them so much. Artists enjoy using the white Uni-ball Signo Broad Gel Pen on dark and toned papers, or to add highlights to their

The Evolution of Art (and how it Shaped the Modern World)

The Evolution of Art (and how it Shaped the Modern World)

Art. It’s a word that is associated with a great deal of professions in today’s world and your thoughts as to what it pertains to will vary, as well your feelings towards it. Some choose to admire art, to study it vigorously, to display their talent with glee or reluctance and others might choose to

Artist uses visual projection to change people’s faces

Artist uses visual projection to change people’s faces

We’ve all heard the saying painting on a smile – well one Japanese artist has taken that phrase to a whole new level. Nobumichi Asai has found a way to project and map expressions onto people’s faces, effectively creating a facial mask. He and his team displayed their three-dimensional facial projection mapping system to a

The 70th Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition in the spring in Fukui  福井で初めての春の院展

The 70th Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition in the spring in Fukui 福井で初めての春の院展

This is “Dream reflected in the sky” by Keishi Takashima, which won the spring exhibition award. This is “The sky” by Susumu Shirai, which won the Foreign Minister’s award. It looks that the composition intends to show the flow. This is the work by a member of the Academy, Kazuko Gokura. This painter is over

Visualizing Japan (1850s-1930s) | HarvardX and MITx on edX | Course About Video

Visualizing Japan (1850s-1930s) | HarvardX and MITx on edX | Course About Video

SPEAKER: First, in Visualizing Japan, we’ll follow Japan’s westernization and the visual history of Commodore Perry’s expedition. Next we’ll look into the first major social protest, using images of the Hibiya riot. And finally, we’ll examine modernity through the Shiseido company archives. Next in Visualizing Postwar Tokyo, we’ll discover the way Tokyo was rebuilt and