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A drawer in the virtual world, a graphic designer in "real life." In other words, being in the wrong place at the wrong time all the time.
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As a professor in Fine Arts at Ohio State University , Hoyt Sherman employed the “flash room”, a darkened room where images would be briefly flashed onto the screen. The students were then to draw what they had seen. This method of grasping an image by copying it would later be cited by Lichtenstein as having had an influence on his work. Hoyt Sherman was also known for his work with optics in the field of visual art, developing a theory similar to Hans Hofmann’s “Push and Pull.”
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disciplinethepainter:

As a professor in Fine Arts at Ohio State University , Hoyt Sherman employed the “flash room”, a darkened room where images would be briefly flashed onto the screen. The students were then to draw what they had seen. This method of grasping an image by copying it would later be cited by Lichtenstein as having had an influence on his work. Hoyt Sherman was also known for his work with optics in the field of visual art, developing a theory similar to Hans Hofmann’s “Push and Pull.”
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disciplinethepainter:

As a professor in Fine Arts at Ohio State University , Hoyt Sherman employed the “flash room”, a darkened room where images would be briefly flashed onto the screen. The students were then to draw what they had seen. This method of grasping an image by copying it would later be cited by Lichtenstein as having had an influence on his work. Hoyt Sherman was also known for his work with optics in the field of visual art, developing a theory similar to Hans Hofmann’s “Push and Pull.”
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disciplinethepainter:

As a professor in Fine Arts at Ohio State University , Hoyt Sherman employed the “flash room”, a darkened room where images would be briefly flashed onto the screen. The students were then to draw what they had seen. This method of grasping an image by copying it would later be cited by Lichtenstein as having had an influence on his work. Hoyt Sherman was also known for his work with optics in the field of visual art, developing a theory similar to Hans Hofmann’s “Push and Pull.”

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