Soweto Funk ✊ A creative Arts and Charity revolutionary movement I have created and founded during my senior year of study in Fine Arts. What a successful start regardless of it's challenges, I did it!!! Thank you to every contributor, buyer, promoter and fan of my vision. Thank you to every artist and creative I have collaborated with through @soweto.funk 🔥 Soweto Funk has touched lives and has contributed essentials to Othandweni Orphanage Home - clothes, stationary, sanitary pads, blankets, and shoes to teenagers, adults, and children all thanks to YOU! 2019 and years to come gon be litty! 🔥❤ I love y'all! (More photos loading.....) shout out to my 4 big sisters and brothers.
Amazing art-work of @madelinevonfoerster “The painting is a metaphor for the Anthropocene, expressing the claustrophobia of mankind’s domination, but also the pant of our separation from the natural world, which no amount of consumption can assuage”. To reflect and decolonize our view towards the rest of nature we should reflect on the art we consume and create, literature we read and write, the movies we choose and produce, words we use and teach, the science we produce and inform from... all this will create a different way of sense the world directing us to a more earthly and harmonic conviviality with all the beings. .
Art Nouveau was an artistic movement which peaked in popularity between 1890 and 1905 which was practiced in the fields of art, architecture and applied art. It is a French term meaning "new art" and is characterized by organic and plant motifs as well as other highly stylized forms.
This modern style was considered an attempt to create an international style based on decorations. Art Nouveau was developed by an energetic and brilliant generation of designers and artists who sought to fashion an art form appropriate to the modern age.
In many ways, it was a response to the Industrial Revolution. The technological progress was welcomed by artists who embraced the aesthetic possibilities of using new materials in their artwork such as cast iron.
Although the Art Nouveau movement had a rapid decline (after 1910 it already vanished), its importance in applied arts and architecture remains overwhelming. We can say that this style has every right to hold a great place in the history of art. #artnouveau#artmovement#arthistory#artculture#traditionofartmovements#artrevolution#evolutionofmoderndesign#artanddesign#artinspiration#inspiredbydesign#inspiredbyartmovements#buontuininspiredbyartanddesign#clothingbrandinspiredbyart