Sometimes, you can’t help but feel bad for authors or publishers who lose credit for their work because a lot of people on the web strip down their articles and posts. Of course, I’m sure these authors know that once their work goes on the web, it’ll be taken, morphed, and who knows what online. However, there is a sense of respect that people who take these works should have… they should respect the creator of an article and give credit.
In the article, “Nude Media”, it states that news really gets stripped down from a highly photo populated and joyous article to a dull, just text, article. It’s sort of sad to see that all the hard work towards a newspaper article cannot be recreated for a website. I completely agree with everything that is said in the article. There is a big difference of how producers exchange and give off their work on the web. Their articles are not ‘clothed’ anymore and are stripped of its natural beauty. People should not try to strip down an article or post that often because it defeats the purpose of the article. Pictures are what gives extra insight to any articles.
Lauren’s photos are also so rare but.. beautiful. Automatically, without reading a caption, I assumed that she was recreating a magazine or newspaper world with dots, dots, and more dots. It’s really interesting because you never see how much content we give off in magazines and newspapers without many pictures. Lauren’s paintings really show that a magazine article should be filled with information with a little bit of decoration. Her paintings are different from the norm. It shows off social media so well, stating that people need to read the magazine.
After reading the “Nude Media” article and staring at Lauren’s paintings, there is a correlation. Both stripped down articles. (She did it in painting form though.) I feel more compelled to use images and quote with sources and thank those who create awesome pieces of work for the world to see. These people have a lot of courage to show off their work.