Industrial design is an applied art whereby the aesthetics and usability of mass-produced products may be improved for marketability and production. The role of an Industrial Designer is to create and execute design solutions towards problems of form, usability, user ergonomics, engineering, marketing, brand development and sales.
Generally Saima’s work is a cross between an engineer and an artist. She study both function and form, and the connection between product and the user. She do not design the gears or motors that make machines move, or the circuits that control the movement, but she can affect technical aspects through usability design and form relationships. And usually, they partner with engineers and marketers, to identify and fulfill needs, wants and expectations.
The industrial design is the discipline responsible for giving us the human as users the tools to enhance our natural ability, most of the objects we use every day to support our work are generated from the need to have our body to perform that action. Taking a very small example of writing, we cannot write with the finger thus we have the object called pencil helps us meet our need to write that the body cannot do by itself.
This article sent by Saima Nasir. Saima Nasir is a student of industrial design. Lovely and jolly Saima always wanted a career in car, toy, modern furniture or product design. In her college she began showing interest in design and considered the field of Industrial Design. Professionals in this field design manufactured products including appliances, furniture, office equipment and other products. Since this field is broad, many students choose a specific concentration. Saima is concentrating on home appliances design. She is studying in a famous European industrial design school. Working hard to learn and become an expert in this field.
Munich is a green city with numerous parks. The Englischer Garten, close to the city centre and covering an area of 3.7 km? (larger than Central Park in New York), the modern Olympiapark and Westpark as well as the parks of Nymphenburg Palace (with the Botanischer Garten M?nchen-Nymphenburg to the north), and Schleissheim Palace. The city’s oldest park is the Hofgarten, near the Residenz, and dating back to the 16th century. Best known for the largest beergarden in the town is the former royal Hirschgarten, founded in 1780 for deer which still live there. The Nationaltheater where several of Richard Wagner’s operas had their premieres under the patronage of Ludwig II of Bavaria is the home of the Bavarian State Opera and the Bavarian State Orchestra. Next door the modern Residenz Theatre was erected in the building that had housed the Cuvilli?s Theatre before World War II. Many operas were staged there, including the premiere of Mozart’s “Idomeneo” in 1781. The G?rtnerplatz Theatre is a ballet and musical state theatre while another opera house the Prinzregententheater has become the home of the Bavarian Theatre Academy.
Saima khan the author of this article. Saima Khan’s this photo is taken in a Munich Hotel, it was taken when she was visiting Muich on a business tour. She is working as an executive in a Dutch firm.
Sir J. J. School of Art is situated on Dadabhai Naoraji Road, Mumbai. This state aided college is the sister concern of the Sir J.J. School of Applied Art. It was founded in March 1857, with the generous donations of Sir Jamshetjee Jeejeebhoy, the first baronet. After the Design and Engraving Class started, the premise was shifted to Jamshetjee’s old residence. The present buildings were built in 1879. The school faced an adverse threat at the beginning of the Second World War. After independence, the school was divided into three divisions namely- Sir J. J. School of Art, Sir J. J. College of Architecture and Sir J. J. Institute of Commercial Art. The Sir J. J. School of Art got affiliation from the Mumbai University in June 1981.
The author works in different medias and mostly use common instruments include graphite pencils, pen and ink, inked brushes, wax color pencils, crayons, charcoals, chalk, pastels, markers, stylus, or various metals like silverpoint. She is using certain drawing methods or approaches, such as “doodling” and other informal kinds of drawing such as drawing in the fog a shower leaves on a bathroom mirror, or the surrealist method of “entopic graphomania,” in which dots are made at the sites of impurities in a blank sheet of paper, and lines are then made between the dots, may or may not be considered as part of “drawing” as a “fine art.”
Disha is the author of this article. She is a student of fine art in SJJ School of Art. Dish also have interests in plastic arts. Her sculpture is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping hard or plastic material, commonly stone (either rock or marble), metal, or wood.
Street photography uses the techniques of straight photography in that it shows a pure vision of something, like holding up a mirror to society. Street photography often tends to be ironic and can be distanced from its subject matter and often concentrates on a single human moment, caught at a decisive or poignant moment. On the other hand, much street photography takes the opposite approach and provides a very literal and extremely personal rendering of the subject matter, giving the audience a more visceral experience of walks of life they might only be passingly familiar with. In the 20th century, street photographers have provided an exemplary and detailed record of street culture in Europe and North America, and elsewhere to a somewhat lesser extent.
Street photography has been made with equipment as varied as cellphone digicams to large 4×5 film press cameras. Even the Diana and Holga ‘toy’ film cameras have been employed, sometimes with prize-winning results. The “classic” street photo camera has been the 35 mm Leica rangefinder. The attributes praised by Leica users define a canonical set of features desired in street photography equipment.
What is Art exhibition? Art exhibitions are traditionally the space in which art objects (in the most general sense) meet an audience. The exhibit is universally understood to be for some temporary period unless, as is rarely true, it is stated to be a “permanent exhibition”. An art exhibition is typically thought to include the work of artists and artisans presenting their drawings, paintings, and sculpting to an audience in a viewing gallery. Architecture is used and integrated into an exhibit when the structure is built for a specific art show space. Every exhibition should have a theme relating to the kind of paintings or other forms of art displayed at the venue. The creations of the artists synonymous with this concept or theme are displayed on the art day, to keep the audience focused and interested. Another way of keeping the exhibition simple and focused is by using selective artwork based on a particular style or genre. For example the paintings only displaying the impressionism work can be focused for a particular event, or only black and white painting can be displayed at the formal art exhibitions. The art exhibitions usually lack consistency as they confuse the audiences by using more than one main art medium.
This article sent by Bhavana Dewi and Kanjana. They loved to draw pencil sketches and make colour paintings. At heart they were artists. They have their own collection of art work of some of the most famous artists of India and world. Bhavana Dewi (left) and Kanjana (right) are Art Exhibition Managers in a Mumbai art gallery.