Takumi Furukawa

Takumi Furukawa

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「色彩の芸術家」に近づくための配色理論(基礎知識&色彩心理)

「色彩の芸術家」に近づくための配色理論(基礎知識&色彩心理)

黄金比の長方形 フィボナッチ数列。1番目「0」と2番目「1」を足すと「1」。2番目「1」と3番目「1」を足すと「2」。3番目「1」と4番目「2」を足すと「3」。このように「ある項とその前の項を足した数が、次の項の数になる」数列。らせんを生み出す法則にもなっている。また、「144と233」や「233と377」のように数が大きくなると、隣り合う数の比が「1.6180555…」「1.6180257…」となり、黄金比に近づいていく。 黄金螺旋

黄金比の長方形 フィボナッチ数列。1番目「0」と2番目「1」を足すと「1」。2番目「1」と3番目「1」を足すと「2」。3番目「1」と4番目「2」を足すと「3」。このように「ある項とその前の項を足した数が、次の項の数になる」数列。らせんを生み出す法則にもなっている。また、「144と233」や「233と377」のように数が大きくなると、隣り合う数の比が「1.6180555…」「1.6180257…」となり、黄金比に近づいていく。 黄金螺旋

【Design】黄金比より日本人に馴染みのある白銀比 - NAVER まとめ

【Design】黄金比より日本人に馴染みのある白銀比 - NAVER まとめ

CREATE THE GOLDEN RATIO SPIRAL AND A LOGO MARK WITH THIS TUTORIAL! | We’ll create the Golden Ratio rectangle from scratch in this tutorial...

The Golden Ratio for Logo or Icon Design in Illustrator

"Open Black Box" by Tom Friedman i like this because not only is it precarious in that it is balanced on a corner, but the fact that it is in itself incomplete - the viewer can see the gallery walls, the viewer can see the inside of this 'box' but it's really just an illusion of an emotion.

"Open Black Box" by Tom Friedman i like this because not only is it precarious in that it is balanced on a corner, but the fact that it is in itself incomplete - the viewer can see the gallery walls, the viewer can see the inside of this 'box' but it's re

Vision by David Sprigg David Sprigg‘s art pieces are referred to as “stratachromes”. I.e. “An image or object developed or executed in multiple planes or layers of color.” Working within that newly pioneered process, Sprigg creates monumental, luminescent 3D paintings that are equally mesmerizing from every angle.

David Spriggs is an English artist based in Montreal who paints on multiple panels of glass to create amazing works of art. The ethereal images appear to be floating behind the outer panels of glass. The technique he uses is called stratachrome, define

bernardodias: [Toby Ziegler]’s paintings and...

bernardodias: “ [Toby Ziegler]’s paintings and sculptures engage with ideas of the exotic and synthetic. Fabricating his images and sculptural blueprints on a computer, traditional motifs such as landscapes, still lifes, and cultural artefacts are.