BTEC PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE PROJECT ALICIA TAYLOR
Richard Billingham Appearance •blurred •duel colours •dated wallpaper •flash, bright areas
Form •mid point, only seeing half of their bodies •ordainment in background making it a bit crowed •arm in background •loud 90’s wallpaper, standing out •woman taking up half of the image Content •ordainment crowing • 90’s wallpaper Mood •vicious •scared •threatening image •depressed •Negative
Richard Billingham It is a very threatening image by the woman putting her hand ready to punch the man, clearly meaning there is a very vicious, negative relationship. The man sitting is looking away, ignoring the threat that is present and doesn’t seem look relaxed with his shoulders shrugged. Does he care or is he just hoping that the anger in the woman will pass and will leave him be? The image itself isn’t really clear as its quite blurry as well as the background, the ordainment’s are blurred and bits of flash where the flash of the camera has flashed back. There is an arm in the background seems as if they have their hands on their head because of the anger in the room and he is scared of what is going to happen. It also gives a clear that the image is mid point in the camera view. The image looks as if it was taken in the 90’s as the furniture, the ordainment, cabinet and the wallpaper as its very dated.
Gregory Crewdson Appearance •Lighting •Shadows Dullness in Colour Form •Eye level shot type which shapes the image Content •Two people having dinner but when looking implied meaning showing a broken family, problems within the family. Mood •Depressed look Happiness is not within the family
Gregory Crewdson Gregory Crewdson born 26, September 1962, Brooklyn, New York. As a teenager Crewdson was part of a punk rock group called “The Speedles” which hit the New York scene in selling out shows all over town. Their hit song “Let Me Take Your Photo” proved to be prophetic to what Crewdson would become later in life. Then realised what he really wanted to do in life was to be a photographer. He studied photography at SUNY Purchase, New York and the masters of fine art from Yale University - school of art. Gerogory Crewdson is well known in photography as he is represented by Gagosian Gallery worldwide and by White Cube Gallery in London. Gregory Crewdson’s photo is of two people eating dinner. The photo shows they have a family home as it’s quite well decorated, but there is two empty chairs opposite them. Maybe they haven’t got any children and want to start having children and having a family of their own. That is way their home looks like a family home by the look of the wallpaper and furniture within the room. It looks as if the image is a painting as their is artificial light, the light seems to be in the room behind then which is the kitchen and in the room the two people are seem to be dark, no lightening. However even though the light is coming from the room at the back, the shadows towards it, shining onto the two people sitting. The facial expressions of the two people don’t really seem to show any happiness or even any attraction between each other, meaning no eye contact. The people are well dressed which represents the house in which they live. The camera angle is at eye level, seeing the whole room and behind the two people is the kitchen. If the angle was close up towards the two people it would show how close to couples are together but as its at a eye view it seems they are not happy together, broken up.
Magazine Appearance •Lighting •Bright colour’s •Bright title •Buttons around the image •points on what’s it mainly on Form •images of clothing and their price •big and bold image and large title Content •ever things on top of each other, too much going on making the reader interested •can hardly see all of katy perry image as theirs buttons surrounding her which makes reader read whats their •title and image are big and overlapping each other Mood •Smiling image of Katy Perry •Bright and Bold colours making it loud to get peoples attention •prices which are reasonable and fashion tips for females
Magazine Look magazine main image shows a well known celebrity name Katy Perry, who has decided to discuss her side of the divorce with Russell Band. Bright pink with white masthead standing out by the boldness, with bright looking fashionable clothing showing its summery clothing. Black large front on left top stands showing the importance as its under ÂŁ20 low cost which women want cheaper price of clothing the better. Back to the masthead that Katy's head is overlapping one of the words and the others in front of her showing the importance of her and masthead. Within the buttons as well, different things of what else is in the magazine which people be interested to read in the magazine.Â
Mind Map Colour The magazine will include a variety of colours that will stand, especially the important information on the front cover. The headline will be a dark read with also a bright red. It will also have a mix of yellow, black, white, red, burgundy colours to make it standout and intelligent look to it.
Target Audience My target audience will be aimed for people who are into art, creation and art history with knowing different artists. It is most likely to be targeting to people who are interested in all types of art and to be opened to the widest age range.
Double Page Spread
My double page spread will feature a section of images of the artist and some interviews will be in the form of a question and also answers.
My magazine will have the title “ARTASTIC” in “ARIAL NARROW” a simple, style which is easy to read and will draw the reader with seeing it clearly.
Price Cover Lines Ideas for my cover lines to go on the front cover are: • “Kat Von D” a interview • “Use of colour” in work • “What they see in unique artist’s” arrange of artist’s
The price range for my magazine will be between £2-£4
My front cover will feature a large image of my own art I have created myself. I will have the headline “ARTASTIC” with information at the sides of what some of the things that is in my magazine.
Before and After
Before and... Art at home
The idea came up over dinner. Conversation between Pam Korte, maker of pots; her husband, Richard Hague, maker of poems; Terri Kern, sculptor; and her husband, David Umbenhour, printmaker, brought forth the question: Why not a show of work by couples, focusing on interaction of ideas and mutual reliance and support? Confluence: Partnership and Creativity, at Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery at The College of Mount St. Joseph, is the interesting result, a lively show with works by 18 artists and statements from each elucidating the central theme. One pair, Barry Andersen and Diane Kruer, even produced a joint blank verse poem that ends with trading off technical assistance for cooking dinner. The photographs in Andersen’s large, horizontal archival inkjet prints show a sensitive use of colour; the poem suggests that Kruer has an influence there. Her own handpainted photographs, small and square and mounted in rusted steel set on slate, may benefit from his intervention or may be the happy result of an encouraging atmosphere. She says her drawing skills are better because “Barry is right upstairs.” Korte, an instructor in the college’s art department, presented the idea for the exhibition to Gallery Director Jerry Bellas and was given an immediate go-ahead to curate it. Finding enough artistic unions to fill the space was no problem, she says. The group is primarily middle-aged married couples whose years together have influenced each other’s work. An exception, in that they are not a “couple,” are the youngest of the pairs, Cynthia Gregory and Christian Schmit, colleagues since graduate school.
BY Jane durrell · MARCH 13TH, 2013 · VISUA ART
Art at home
Conversation between Pam Korte, maker of pots; her husband, Richard Hague, maker of poems; Terri Kern, sculptor; and her husband, David Umbenhour, printmaker, brought forth the question: Why not a show of work by couples, focusing on interaction of ideas and mutual reliance and support? Confluence: Partnership and Creativity, at Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery at The College of Mount St. Joseph, is the interesting result, a lively show with works by 18 artists and statements from each elucidating the central theme. One pair, Barry Andersen and Diane Kruer, even produced a joint blank verse poem that ends with trading off technical assistance for cooking dinner. The photographs in Andersen’s large, horizontal archival inkjet prints show a sensitive use of colour; the poem suggests that Kruer has an influence there. Her own hand-painted photographs, small and square and mounted in rusted steel set on slate, may benefit from his intervention or may be the happy result of an encouraging atmosphere. She says her drawing skills are better because “Barry is right upstairs.”
BY Jane durrell · MARCH 13TH, 2013 · VISUAL ART
Different use of colour Barcode Date Price Final outcome of my magazine front cover.
Double Page Spread
Work of creation designed and created by Alicia Taylor.
Evaluation I started to research use of images to analyses and works by Richard Billingham and Gregory Crewdson which who are different in use of work. I found Gregory Crewdson very original and unique with his work in a sense of making his images realistic but also can see Crewdson is trying to make it as a cartoon. Then followed by a Magazine to inspire me into giving ideas of my own magazine, giving the use of colours and the layout. It gave me an idea of making a mind map of things to put in to my magazine and to make my magazine to target the audience, people who like art and are creative. The background for the front page magazine was from my own creation in what I did in art, a duel colour background surrounded by different colour and different fronts. A bright bold headline â€œARTASTICâ€? made myself, which to link with the art of creation. It then was followed by using different images again of my own art onto my double spread sheet with linking to one artist analysis beside which inspired with unique.