Visual arts is found in about every marketing device. My topic is fashion. Fashion is an extraordinary marketing device, people are always into fashion; so the entire fashion industry will most likely never go out of business. Secondly fashion is a medium to visual arts. The designers use their talent and their vision to produce some of the vividly brilliant clothes seen in malls and on the streets.
One designer that attracted me is called Davoucci. Davoucci is an Italian clothing designer that has made its way into the urban street wear world. The designer was working originally well-known for his ‘butta-soft’ leather jackets, but now has expanded to sportswear, jeans, and t-shirts. In one particular ad the model is wearing a bright colored shirt, with blue jeans that have small whitestripes going across it and the name Davoucci stitched in cursive down the left side of the jeans.
I see this ad as a visual art due to its scenary and how it compliments the clothing worn by the model. The patterns that are on the shirt are very simple; just large and small circles, but its the colors of these circles and how they overlap the other circles which gives it its artistic look.
When a product is considered to be a work of art, it is that for particular reasons,artistic views are displayed in the work being presented. The artist sets their own boundaries at the same time their technique and individuality proves why their work is art.
Fashion Designer Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel (1883-1971) was born in Saumur, Southern France. She began by designing hats, first in Paris in 1908, and later in Deauville. Her fashion boutiques (one in Paris and one in Deauville) opened simultaneously in 1914. She opened an haute couture salon in Biarritz in 1916, and in 1920 moved to Paris in the present quarters on rue Cambon. ...