On October 4th, the third Fubiz Talks will be held on October 4th by Fubiz and the TETRO agency in the Salle Pleyel. The event has the honor of counting new adobe among its partners.
Beyond the creative tools available with artists, Adobe offers the Adobe Stock store, a marketplace for creative content (from photo to 3D via video and templates). Also, early this year, Adobe Stock unearthed the visual trends shaping the creations of artists and brands in 2018.
table , fruits et nappe en lin by Xavier Harcq, #197200610.
We chose to present one of them. This is the “History and Memory” trend. Adobe Stock highlights the way in which artists draw their inspiration from classical art by drawing on the techniques of yesterday, associated with new technologies.
Woman wearing headdress and pearl earring with still life of food and drink by AndrewLili, #123469086.
Thanks to the Internet, access to historical artistic resources has never been easier. The works of the great masters are at hand, accessible to all and become sources of inspiration in their own right. Mixing classic creations with the creations of the present is today a key trend, especially in fashion. Visual artists such as photographers draw their inspiration from the history of art in the broad sense.
Girl by Milou Krietemeijer, #209279483
Adobe Stock uses two of its contributing photographers, Milou Dirks and Thibault Delhom, who draw their inspirations from classical and figurative painting, imagining mysterious portraits. They come to enrich the beautiful collection of images of the platform.
Portrait of reclining woman by Thibault Delhom, #213547661
Today’s artists are using today’s tools and technologies to bring the artistic trends of yesterday back into fashion and into their styles – making the past an eternal source of inspiration.
To find more inspirations, visit the Adobe Stock History and Memory Gallery.