art prints - Scoring through

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van tsao
  • Minted Jan 18, 2015
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Black & White Photo Print – European plaza pattern– Venice Saint Mark Basilica of italy

tags:

art prints, venice, europe, italy, piazza, open space, basilica, white, black, grid, checker, travel, pattern, stroke

colors shown:

black & white

design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jan 13 2016

Edited on:

Jan 27 2016

comments:

3

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van tsao
van tsao
@mucontinent
Joined 2015 · 23 awards won

how would you re composite this image?

4 years agoreply

Bethania Lima
Bethania Lima
@bethanialima
Joined 2012 · 42 awards won

Great pic! Congrats!

4 years agoreply
Debra Pruskowski
Debra Pruskowski
@debrapruskowski
Joined 2012 · 13 awards won

Congrats! This has a nice balance in values and shapes.

4 years agoreply
Jerusha
Jerusha
@jerushaskidmore
Joined 2016 · 4 awards won

Hello! I enjoy this piece as it demonstrates strong contrast & balanced density with accentuating the Romanesque tiles. I spent a good deal of time (in the off season) in Venice and enjoyed many, many espresso's at Saint Mark's square...while swatting away a plethora of pigeons! You have a strong, diverse body of work - mass kudos!!! Best of luck to you, Jerusha

3 years agoreply

VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 01/19/2016 12:49 am

Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

B. I like this for two reasons: 1) I like the even border and 2) There are some distracting black objects in the up right corner in A--in B, that corner feels more balanced.

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Connie Cermak
Connie Cermak
@dolbyandme
Joined 2015

I prefer Option B.

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Panda and Pangolin
Panda and Pangolin
@pandaandpangolin
Joined 2012

Love the way the white space plays with the photo in Option A - very, very cool.

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Karen Kaul
Karen Kaul
@karenkaul
Joined 2010 · 25 awards won

I think option B is stronger because the dark area on the left side balances out the design. Great energy expressed through the diagonal lines!

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aostrom4
aostrom4
@aostrom4
Joined 2016

Like to see more of the street design on the left side, that's why I chose 'B'

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VERSION 1SUBMITTED ON 01/14/2016 03:27 am

Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

Such interesting lines and I love the top down perspective. I'd start by cropping a bit of the right side to get the image to a 38x54 ration. You might also try a square format--you might even get a pair that way if you go crop from the extreme left and again the extreme right. I'd play with it and see what happens, maybe do a poll.

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