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  • Analysis of album art of the 20th Century

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    album art is an essential part of any music CD, an eye catcher that can make a consumer purchase a piece of music that they might not even like. Nowadays the graphics still exist, so do music shops, CD’s and CD covers but due to development of technology with each year more and more people buy music online. But let’s go back to pre internet times and look at CD covers of the late 60’s and 70’s – decades of the revolution of music and graphics, among other things. The two pieces of album art that

  • Covers of the High and Low: Attractions and Reflections

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    Covers of the High and Low: Attractions and Reflections When preparing a book for publishing, companies surely convene to agree upon a suitable cover - its design, size, color, texture, print size and design, and so on. Not one of these ingredients would be arbitrary, but each seems to perform two functions - attracting the appropriate reading audience, and reflecting the text's content in an intriguing manner. In short, the bestseller cover seems to work to create a certain "aura" which acts

  • Kissland by The Weekend

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    by Michael Jackson. “Wanderlust” tells the story of drug addiction; “precious little diamond” is a symbol for crystal meth. “…Most of it. I find a sound and run with it. It varies from Stevie Nicks to Gen... ... middle of paper ... ... his cover and wanting the viewer to actually want to know more. Another reason why this album is so great is that now his voice is more prominent. Unlike the last albums, you don’t get lost in the tone and drift off into space. With Kiss Land, it’s more soulful

  • The Band Creed

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    intresting album cover of the late ninties. The band's biggest hit from the album, "Higher," can symbolize as part of the solution to become free and break the mold of clay. The thoughts of freedom from some aspects of life as well as how people are like clay and as they grow they become a figure that is more human and alive than that of a simply molded waste. As a child, people learn and grow depending on their enviroment. The Human Clay used in the album art of the band shows

  • The Shepard’s Keeper

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    The Shepard’s Keeper Throughout time there has been at least one constant that I am aware of. That constant is art. One particular piece of art stands out and catches the eye. That piece of art is The Shepherdess and Her Flock constructed and perfected by Jean Francois Millet. When one makes a certain judgment on a piece of art, one must be precise and certain about that judgment. When observing Millet’s piece I will take in to consideration three things to make my judgment: use of color

  • Women's Roles in Ancient Times

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    we will look at evidence from three archeological sites: Paleolithic Europe, the Neolithic "Old Europe" and the Neolithic Catal Huyuk. First, Paleolithic period in Europe which contains information for the oldest civilization we know up too now, covers the years 40,000 to 10,000 BCE. In this period, people saw the universe as an all giving mother, a very powerful force that gave life. The birth giving process, was looked upon as miraculous in this times, therefore women were venerated for them posses

  • Pink Floyd Project Analysis

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    Leah Kadel Album Art Analysis 1. Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the moon. - “Pink Floyds Dark “Side of the moon” album was released March 1st 1973 and recorded in Abbey Road Studios in London. The album is the 8th album recorded by the English Band and considered one of the best selling albums of all time. The album releases some of Pink Floyd’s more popular singles like “Money & Time”. Personally this is my favorite album written and produced by Pink Floyd because of its authentic artwork. I’ve noticed

  • Memoirs of a Geisha

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    of a Japanese girl with unusual grey eyes that is taken away from her poor fishing village at the age of nine to be taken into slavery and be trained to become a geisha. Nitta Sayuri faces the many hardships of the art of becoming a geisha and her rival who adds to her burden. The arts of wearing a kimono, putting on makeup, pouring sake, having her virginity auctioned to the highest bidder. A real well thought and informat...

  • project proposal

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    always found the portrayal of written words and pictures quite fascinating. Some have each page carefully worked out with decorative motifs varying from page to page. Some have fancy covers or style of binding that screams “pick-me-up!” But the type of books that fascinate me the most are those that are dedicated to the art of photography. I proposed for this book to be created as a photographic reference towards life. I wanted to create something that had meaning. I wanted it to tell a story, appeal

  • Goals and Philosophy

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    Goals and Philosophy A person's philosophy on education covers many different aspects. Such things that ones personal philosophy can contain are the purpose of education, methods one may use in education, and even the curriculum which may be taught. I feel that these three things are the most important for my personal philosophy and goals of education. The overall purpose of education is not only to teach students about the set curriculum, but also to teach them to be individuals and creative