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By "StiK"

ISBN-10: 184024349X

ISBN-13: 9781840243499

This sequel to ''101 makes use of For a couple of Bollocks'' peeks into the area of fancy costume bollocks, bollock components and such motion pictures as ''ET - the additional Testicle''.

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The Renaissance, from Renascenta, meant a revival or rebirth of classical culture and civilization (Allsopp, 1959). The Renaissance represented a paradigm shift from the Middle Ages which were considered with disdain. The Italians were reviving a period when Rome had been a powerful empire. Its fall left the region in disarray, its culture and language degraded. Revisiting this former age, the Italians believed, would provide standards of judgment that were indisputable. With the reuse of a little-known civilization, the excavation of antiquities supplied models for new ideals (Allsopp, 1959; Benevolo, 1978; Murray, 1963, 1978; Trachtenberg and Hyman, 1986; Wittkower, 1980).

Many forces united to create an attitude toward sketching that suggested the individuality of the architect and the ability to provoke imagination as a creative endeavor. While most pre-Renaissance buildings contained some level of visual communication as part of the design process, little of this evidence remains. This fact may question whether the sketches were used to envision the project in its entirety before construction as may be expected of the profession. In cases where sketches convey less tangible information than solely recording or communicating, they inherently act as remnants of design process.

Most sketches were chosen because they displayed a theory or reasoning inherently expressed in their form or technique. This meant attempting to locate a revelation or understanding of what that architect was thinking as manifest in the sketches. Also important was the uniqueness of the use, a direct link to a specific building or a connection to a feature in the architect’s repertoire evident in the handling, such as smudges, pinpricks, erasures, circling of the sketches, eliminating by crossing out unwanted images or the drawing over specific areas for emphasis.

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