Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Van Gogh Visualisation

20 comments:

  1. Hello!

    My lovely bride is an elementary school art teacher and would LOVE to have this as a poster. Could you please make the artwork available for download?

    Thanks.

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  2. oooh, where can we find the answers?

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  3. Interesting, and very cool. FYI, I did a similar thing with websites in 2009:

    http://www.boxuk.com/blog/analyzing-the-design-of-websites

    and 2010:

    http://danzambonini.com/guess-the-website-by-the-palette/

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  4. Very cool Arthur. I've blogged you at William Morris Fan Club http://wmmorrisfanclub.blogspot.com/2011/01/van-gogh-pie-charts-by-arthur-buxton.html

    I visited the Arts House last fall and left wishing I had such a place near me. Good luck with exhibit!

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  5. @ladd.morse

    Right click -> Save as??

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  6. its my new cheat sheet for painting! you have no idea how awesome this is. No, What I should say is how awesome you are. well effing done!

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  7. Great!!!
    How in the world did you figure the proportions of each color?

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  8. I'm in for a poster too.

    Also the answers.

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  9. Yeah by all means rightclick+saveas but I'm making limited editions of this and others that are digitally printed on A1 somerset velvet paper using UV archival inks. Get in touch for more info, my email is artbux (at) hotmail (dot) com.

    Doug: that is a secret.

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  10. Where can we find the answers please?

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  11. the answers will be revealed at the show, and for those of you who cant make it, on here shortly after that!

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  12. I am looking forward to the answers reveal! I will use this in my 5th grade math class as an extension to our unit on fraction, decimals, percents, and pie charts.

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  13. It is March 5 and the crowd is restless and clamoring for the answers to be posted on your blog.

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  14. Patience dear friend, all will be revealed!

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  15. Great perspective Arthur! Great example of math(science) merge with art and vice versa. Thanks heaps and all the best for the show.

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  16. Hello! This is so interesting ! and I think Im very close to the answers...
    Arthur, can I post it in my blog? whith a link of course!
    thanks!

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  17. Would be on the list for a print of this!

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  18. thank u for your sharing.you are so nice.

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  19. so, 2011 is almost gone... whatever happened to the answers for this? i still love this...

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