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and has been a part of the Threadless community for 7 years, 1 month!
has scored 223 submissions, giving an average score of 1.57, helping 11 designs get printed.
How's this for image 2.
This piece can be attributed to Marcel Duchamp, an influential French dadaist, who helped spread the Dada movement to the United States. Dadaism is a cultural movement, peaking from 1916 to 1920, involving visual arts, literature, theatre, and graphic design.
After abandoning painting and cubism, Duchamp began creating readymades—everyday manufactured objects transformed into art works by the decision of the artist. A great example is Fig. 28-63. Fountain, which is a urinal turned 90 degrees and signed “R. Mutt”.
The exam image is a readymade called Bicycle Wheel, which is simply a front wheel from a bicycle mounted upside-down on a wooden stool. This piece was originally created in 1913 and has become known to be Duchamp’s first readymade. The original sculpture was lost and Duchamp recreated it in the 1950’s.
Bicycle Wheel is believed to be one of the first kinetic works of art. Kinetic art are sculptures that contain moving parts.
posted 6 years ago in A little help please?!
Australian Cattle Dog/Fox Terrier mix-of-a-mutt
posted 6 years, 1 month ago in Gentleman's Best Friend
my dog on acid?
I made this from a picture of my dog... Yeah, Acix this is how he looks (dead, stuffed, phsycotic) when something catches his attention. I originally made this design to do as a screen print for class, then threw it up here. I dont' really know what else to do to it... Thanx for the comments.
I don't enjoy many of the designs on threadless because they try to be to too funny or cute or something, but this is slick...
Nice work, and do what BB said...
posted 6 years, 1 month ago in pair o kings