The famous Pablo (“Picasso”) has got to be one of my favorites of all time in the art production, from his out of this world ideas and constantly thinking outside the box, to his simpler more meaningful pieces. He was also known to be a stage designer, play writer, Printer, sculptor, ceramicist, and a poet he was a busy man. In all areas he worked in, he worked to perfection, hence Pablo’s name in known worldwide to this day as “Picasso”. It is said that Picasso presented outstanding artistic talents from a young age, all of his work is categorized into periods due to the high amount (“Blue period”, “Rose period”, “African influenced period”, “Cubism”, “crystal period”) he simply was one of the most imaginative creators of art of all time. He then dies in 1973 in Mougins to become one of the most famous artists of all time.
Collage has got to be one of the most fun and creative styles of art productions out there it don’t matter how old you are or maybe you don’t have the artistic touch, but with collage anyone can create a master piece. Collage originates from France where the word collage translates “to glue”. The art production is primarily used in the visual arts being as it designed/created by an assemblage of multiple materials that produce a finished piece. You can use pretty much anything from newspapers and magazines to ribbons, buttons and the list goes on. The art production was first formed in the tenth century Japan quite a long time after paper was invented in the early 200 BC. Collage spreads over a wide area of categories (“woos”, “Photomontage”, “Painting”, and then these days “digital”) so just let your imagination go wild.