Space, Art & Human Body Public Relations Activities by Naoyuki Fukumoto

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Space, Art & Human Body

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Public Relations Activities

INSPIRATION:
In order to appeal directly to the concept of this exhibition, I superimposed a double image of the astronaut and Vitruvius. Astronauts are symbols of "Universe", Vitruvius is the symbol of "Art" and "Human Body".

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
At the Tokyo University of the Arts in the Faculty of Fine Arts, I have done various collaborative research with JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency). In this exhibition, with regard to the universe, art and human body, with the human body (micro cosmos) as the warp, the expression with strong feelings to the universe as the weft, the ten expressors, about weightlessness, the loss of tactile sense I will show you how to complement and consider the universe and the works I made.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
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PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
This Poster was made in Hiroshima,Japan. and was presented in Tokyo, Japan. Fall, 2016.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Graphics and Visual Communication Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
I superimposed a double image of the astronaut and Vitruvius. Astronauts are symbols of "Universe", Vitruvius is the symbol of "Art" and "Human Body". In order to appeal directly to the concept of this exhibition.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
B1 Size(728x1030mm)

TAGS:
Space, Art, Human Body

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
We examined as much as possible the publications such as exhibitions with the theme of "space", posters of art exhibitions and flyers. Many are rockets or starlies that are full of stellar figures and other concrete and direct motifs as the core of the expression, which was not directly informative.

CHALLENGE:
The theme "Space" is hard to capture as a shadow. It is not exaggeration to say that it is "maximum" on a scale. The theme of "art" is very abstract and there are various angles. On the other hand, the theme "human body" is very familiar and it is difficult to objectively view. To represent these theme accurately was the most difficult part in this production.

ADDED DATE:
2017-06-05 14:29:33

TEAM MEMBERS (4) :
Art Director:Naoyuki Fukumoto, Designer:Naoyuki Fukumoto, Supervisor:Michiyo Miyanaga and Contributor: RGB Ventures / SuperStock / Alamy Stock Photo

IMAGE CREDITS:
RGB Ventures / SuperStock / Alamy Stock Photo

Visit the following page to learn more: http://www.geidai.ac.jp/museum/exhibit/2016/s ahb/sahb_en.htm
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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Japanese Society of Artistic Anatomy

PROFILE:
The Japanese Society of Artistic Anatomy was founded in July 1994 at the Department of Artistic Anatomy, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts, as a place for younger researchers to develop their interests and studies of art and anatomy. The aim of the society is to bring together researchers in the fields of art and anatomical science for the purposes of interacting through art per se and research in the fine arts and anatomical studies, and of developing theoretical and practical foundations for research into the human figure and its inherent beauty. The society annually publishes “The Journal of Artistic Anatomy” which was started as an outlet for members to present their research. The journal through the editorial board aims to reflect future developments and directions of artistic anatomical studies. The society also annually organizes a variety of events for members, including lectures, meetings and general conferences. The conferences provide a venue for members to present their research, exchange information, discuss mutual interests and develop collaborative research activities. The society provides a network for members and is open to researchers in fields related to practical and theoretical studies of art, and basic and applied anatomical sciences. The administrative office of the society is housed in Department of Artistic Anatomy II, the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of Arts.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Space, Art & Human Body Public Relations Activities by Naoyuki Fukumoto is a Nominee in Graphics and Visual Communication Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Space, Art & Human Body Public Relations Activities by Naoyuki Fukumoto is Winner in Graphics and Visual Communication Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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