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hey GD, do you think I can...
Anonymous 04/17/14(Thu)23:49 UTC+1 No.150881 Report

hey GD, do you think I can pull off as "fine art" with this?
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Anonymous 04/17/14(Thu)23:53 UTC+1 No.150883 Report

>>150881
>'logo'
>fine art
wat
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Anonymous 04/17/14(Thu)23:59 UTC+1 No.150884 Report

>>150883
who says logos cant be fine art? this logo has three visible meanings. its a "vi", a cat, and a shoe all at the same time, i can make more like this one that are even better.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)00:02 UTC+1 No.150885 Report

>>150881
Fine art <----> Applied Art

Answer: No.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)00:06 UTC+1 No.150887 Report

>>150885
>implying this is applied art
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)00:13 UTC+1 No.150888 Report

>>150884
I don't think you know what fine art really is, also
>its a "vi", a cat, and a shoe all at the same time
you need to work on that.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)00:39 UTC+1 No.150896 Report

>>150888
>I don't think you know what fine art really is
i know enough to realize that applied art is for plebs who cant fine art.
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Anonymous. 04/18/14(Fri)00:49 UTC+1 No.150897 Report

>>150884
I think it's a cool idea trying to play with those shapes. This version seems a bit forced though. Do you have any other versions of the concept to show?
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:00 UTC+1 No.150899 Report

>>150897
it started off as a random font, this is the first version.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:02 UTC+1 No.150900 Report

>>150899
then it took more form into some squirrel looking thing..
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:06 UTC+1 No.150901 Report

>>150896
How can you compare 2 things without knowing what 1 of those things is?
No.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:12 UTC+1 No.150903 Report

>>150901
your assuming i don't know what fine art is because you don't know when an a logo is so advanced that it becomes fine art.

i'm simply asking if i have reached the part where one can look at the piece on a display and see its beauty and the meaning behind it as if it where fine art.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:16 UTC+1 No.150904 Report

>>150903
>you don't know when an a logo is so advanced that it becomes fine art.
You're really pushing the talk out of your ass, aren't you?
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:37 UTC+1 No.150909 Report

>>150904
applied art is inferior and a predecessor.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)01:44 UTC+1 No.150912 Report

>>150909
That doesn't change the fact that your 'logo' isn't an example of fine art.
And just so you know, in case you forgot the basics, design isn't art.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)02:50 UTC+1 No.150915 Report

>>150881

is this a joke? Dunning-Kruger principle.
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Anonymous 04/18/14(Fri)05:26 UTC+1 No.150917 Report

>calling design applied art

Embarrassing, and displaying a lack of understanding of both fields. Art is philosophical design, and design is functional aesthetics.
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Anonymous 04/19/14(Sat)06:26 UTC+1 No.151078 Report

also, your logo makes me want to vomit. how do you print your bs 1990 reflections on shirts or signs? I guess vomit is what you're going for, it can be fine art.
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