Lefties only steal: Apple from this German

https://readymag.com/shuffle/dieter-rams/intro/

Apple ‘designers’:

Good design is long-lasting

It avoids being fashionable and therefore never appears antiquated. Unlike fashionable design, it lasts many years — even in today’s throwaway society.

well they failed there concrete buildings are hideous

they fall apart and nobody wants to live in them

nothing dates more postmodern than grey concrete and white plastic

Apple rips off a peculiar brand of it.

30s German minimalism, if you know your stuff. Braun came after that German efficiency, explored by other white nations too.

Kupka, 1930.

They applied the same idea to the population with mixed results.

Ikea was founded by a Nazi lover, fact.

The irony is hilarious.

Minimalism is a white aesthetic.

 

Conservative art death threats

Left Uses Threats, Violence to Stop Conservative Art

Conservatives often complain how little right-of-center content exists for them to consume. You can’t withdraw from pop culture, they cry. Engage, don’t retreat.

  • Make conservative art
  • Share conservative art
  • Inspire the next generation of conservative artists

That’s understandable, and smart. What happens when these same artists, daring to shake up the Left’s cultural stranglehold, runs into death threats?

When they said “make good art” they meant “art I find morally good, as an evil person”.

You could make a bloodied wax foetus and they’d praise it if you called it Liberty.

Call it Moloch and they’ll SWAT you.

I hate these people

If you need to paint over something, start with colour by numbers.

Don’t take someone else’s art and go instant karma Marxist on it.

No “artist” would actually do that. Artists respect other works. R-type trash.

There’s a metaphor about our modern world in here somewhere.

They “hate” Western civilization but they wanna live here and enjoy the perks.

They won’t do their own thing. Far, far away….

In a similar vein?

The people who chop up antique books need to be burned at the stake, it’s the only way to be sure.

Like no, butchering knowledge in its pure form is not a sculpture, Sandra.

Cultured people hate you now. They want respect but disrespect history and heritage.

Cultures take time to develop and personally, to appreciate. The people who say “everyone is creative” are 10/10 cunts who shouldn’t have been encouraged as children. Trashing good things is expression sure but not art.

Same as those people selling off an antique book page by page.

It feels like the bad restoration people but intentional destruction of the superior culture.

They should be shamed. Brats who grew up with anti-social behaviour praised by bad parents/teachers.

You know those were wall doodlers.

If I flipped you the bird right now, it would certainly be a powerful emotive expression… but it wouldn’t be art.

Abstract artists replaced by AI

Putting the “art” into artificial intelligence.

 I’ll show myself out.

https://www.thevintagenews.com/2018/10/29/artificial-intelligence-art/

It was only a matter of time.

Now avoiding the real job market by becoming an “artist” isn’t an option, either!

They look like demons that escaped some Lovecraftian hellscape.

Still, better than Glenn Brown.

Like something a mad syphilitic patient would paint in the asylum.

Picasso was a hack who ripped off a lesbian anyway.

https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/paintings/tamara-de-lempicka-composition-abstraite-en-gris-5347563-details.aspx

http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/tamara-de-lempicka-1898-1980-le-turban-4983907-details.aspx

Then her symbolism makes sense.

Arums Ii Painting by tamara de lempicka

Guess what those flowers represent.

And with ideas like this

https://hyperallergic.com/466560/discerning-photographys-white-gaze/

Who’ll want to buy their pieces?

The “art market” is only still going as a respectable tax dodge.

And a tool to corrupt.

With every modern advantage

I know this has been pointed out by others, but given every modern advantage, our “artists”, celebrated in the media, are still producing inferior works compared to the average in ancient times.

Behold, amygdala atrophy.

This is the full-size image, fitted to blog requirements.

Source here:  disenchantedscholar.files.wordpress.com +

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I’m as good with actual art as I am with faces. Without going through everything because that would be harsh, a reproduction does invite comparisons. Gem quality on right superior, shape even and smoother (just worn at top), border is perfect with some gaps, modern border wobbles and varies, While both leg pairs seem muscled, the right is in keeping with the figure and the left on the man would tauten as lifted, a knowledge of anatomy. On the modern, the legs are fat because the left is as big and the upper torso shrunken, the right arm (his right) is shriveled compared to the antique and the left attempts to compensate with fat, almost out of socket from body compared to the antique, where the arm is held close to the body, in joint, in pose to stabilize weight. Left figure seems to have visible spine whereas on the right he has defined muscles including possibly abdominals. The flat hair on the right is fashion but correct for side of head, the left misinterprets this design and there’s no hair almost, the head seems almost to cave in at the back and touch the border. Facial details show the difference the most though. The antique smiles.

With modern microscopes, electronic tools and an example to imitate, this wouldn’t pass muster back then.