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'What's Hot!' and 'What's Not'
Fashion is born by small facts, trends, or even
politics, never by trying to make little pleats and furbelows, by
trinkets, by clothes easy to copy, or by the shortening or lengthening
of a skirt.
What this Italian designer says about fashion is just as applicable to art. The marketers, producers and consumers who make and enjoy Hollywood's smash hits also affect artwork and its audience. Art production and consumption are both influenced by the same consumer, business, brand and marketing trends that influence skirt style and length and crowd the highways with similar auto design, style and color, whether the models are Chevrolets or Cadillac's.
Tech Past & Futures: 'The Future is Tech' Then and Now
Technological art and cultural themes keenly demonstrate shifts in trend that speak to audience behaviors, image and brand. Consider case briefs below that examine art's influence and the influence of art as they relate to technological advances and trends.
Trend Parts, Patterns and Resources
Trendy isn't good, (unless of course you're Andy Warhol, or the creator of the Hula Hoop). 'Trending on average' isn't too bad and trend watching is absolutely terrific. But above all that is trend spotting. It's phenomenal because once a trend is identified, accepted, examined and thoroughly discussed it's mainstream. Unless it shows real staying power or the potential segue of trend-setting niches, the marketplace is way too crowded to pioneer a move or strong position. Probably, because trends are predictable but always subject to change! Likewise, trends repeat.
Your artist's observation and awareness are your best resources for determining trends. Still, here are some helpful tips, predictions and guides to supportive resources:
With your artistic eye and camera lens on the panorama of trend, it won't be hard to spot. Then ask the next question, the one attuned to your creative hunch. Here's one to inspire you: One renowned designer projects a return of chrome as a metal influence, which may indicate a rising trend not unlike the Art Deco period of minimalism, especially in light of today's cultural path toward reducing one's 'ecological footprint.' What future does chrome hold for your work?
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