Vita Opus! carries a standing reputation for creating original pieces of artwork that capture the imagination's darkest and most intriguing thoughts. Vita Opus! Design Studio is proud to exclusively introduce the liveArt! Collection which features a creative representation of the mind's darkest secrets and perceptions. Disclaimer: Some content may not be appropraite for kids or the easily frightened.
The liveArt! Collection is a brand new concept from Vita Opus! But it's an old idea. liveArt! has been around since, well, before Vita Opus! did freelance design. Before now, the original pieces were simply considered graphic art and usually got mixed in with the graphic design projects Vita Opus! would complete. This was often very confusing for potential clients and disturbed some people. (No Joke!) So, the solution was to introduce a completely independent gallery that would feature this type of original artwork. Just for nostalgia, let's take a look at the beginnings of what would soon become (with the first liveArt! piece "Favorite Things") the liveArt! Collection.
All of the classics, such as Bitter Words, Favorite Things, Mutter, Damien, Stuck Between Both Worlds, Anatomy, etc. will still be available for viewing in the new gallery. There will be a significant difference in the quality and the amount of work that comes in than before. You have to see them for yourself to experience the power and message behind them. Just remember, if it disturbs you.... it's art!
The future of the liveArt! Collection is looking very exciting. Work has already begun on brand new collections. Currently, there are three different series that explore different ideas and emotions. The first will be a modern day representation of the seven deadly sins using typography and historic photography. The second will be a series of monochromatic movie posters symbolizing the film in a single image or shape. The third will be a series of explorations in typography. Along with these series, there will also be depictions of human nature and the annual self-portrait of Jeff A. Smith. Stay tuned!