Vancouver based artist Adam Lupton’s broad and wide-ranging interests provides the root of his visually artistic ideation. Having a keen interest in sociology and psychology, he combines his passion for popular culture, typography, philosophy, science/religion, and society to form the basis of his descriptive works. Lupton’s gaze revolves around contemporary culture and the nuances that ‘modern’ life brings. Lupton’s design work balances on the idea of effective communication and purposeful aesthetics, and that from the ground up everything should be started with a solid concept. Lupton’s processes lean heavily towards idea generation and conceptualization: things start out through the hand, ideas converge and diverge, and the outcome is more than what it is – it creates an experience for the user, a connection. His diverse background gives him the ability to straddle and draw upon the two slightly neurotic worlds of visual art and design.
it is the lord of the dance and his name is david bowie and i call him saggy stardust because it is just a joke i do and i think he is good because he is labyrinth and it is one of my best films and he is so good in it because and he just acts like he is going to just walk out of the room all the time and go because he is fed up with everything and to be honest i dont blame him for it either because everyone just acts like an idiot. he is good to draw because he has a lightning on him and he is always asking people to dance with him and he goes whaha loads.
Another piece I did for an assignment last semester which also goes with the pattern I just posted. I’ve been trying to feel more comfortable with photoshop without incorporating traditional media into it. I’m not giving up on painting, but I do want to find a quicker way to meet deadlines and be a little more flexible.