Design Review: Hologram Prototyped

Inspiration a) iTunes & iPod 2000-2011 Ad Campaign For my main project, I have decided to create a hologram based on one of the most successful advertising campaigns ever executed.  My project is inspired by the iTunes and iPod web, print, TV, and billboard advertisements widespread from early 2000 to 2011.  Chances are high that…
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20th Century Design: Pop Art

The 20th century design movement that is best embodied in my final project is pop art, a genre lasting from 1958 to 1972 that first emerged in Britain.  This movement is characterized by a rainbow of colors, expressive forms, repetition, and vivid patterns.  Furthermore, this genre often incorporates well-known personalities such as Marilyn Monroe, comics…
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Aesthetic Explorations: Pop-Cult Minimalism of Olly Moss

The sub-genre of pop-cult minimalism can be most easily traced to the emergence of Pop Art in the 1950s in England and America. Notable figures such as Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi pioneered pop art by taking culturally relevant imagery—often of a commercial nature such as advertisements or product designs—and putting a critical spin on…
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