Poll: Yeah, it's all subjective, but which do you like best?
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View poll results: Yeah, it's all subjective, but which do you like best?
Architecture
7 5%
Literature
55 40%
Photography
9 7%
Cinema
41 30%
Painting
22 16%
Sculpture
0 0%
Digital Art
3 2%
Voters: 137.
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#1
Personally, I get the most out of a good book, especially at home and with coffee.

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#2
Are you seriously asking what form of art is "best"? A lot of art people are about to be pissed...

EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see you said what we individually think is best.

You really should reword it to our favorite though.
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#3
Since I'm really into video production, I fancy a lot of YouTube videos. I love how things are shot & edited, and most don't really realize how much effort is put into the good videos you see.
#4
Why isnt cookery on that list. Cookery is awesome, and everyone enjoys some part of it.
#5
I was doubtful, it was a race between painting and literature... Chose literature in the end.
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#6
Quote by Offworld92
Are you seriously asking what form of art is "best"? A lot of art people are about to be pissed...

EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see you said what we individually think is best.

You really should reword it to our favorite though.


Urgh, this requirement of stating whether everything is opinion or not is redundant.

Personally, I think music is the best because it taps directly into human emotion, but I think after that it's probably poetry/prose, though the increased level of interpretation means it's harder to interpret the meaning.
#9
I'm a pen and pencil kind of guy, drawing/sketching has always been my number 1 over all other art forms. I voted painting since its the closest to that.

I always enjoy a good book too, but most of what I read isn't on the level where I'd consider it art. Just fun novels.
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#13
Architecture is the only one that really has a practical use, so that. Plus, some architecture is absolutely breathtaking.
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Architecture is the only one that really has a practical use, so that. Plus, some architecture is absolutely breathtaking.


#15
If a film is done right and is interesting I really enjoy it; I've always been sorta interested in filmmaking but I'm not very good at it. I'd like to think I can appreciate some of the subtleties in well made movies.
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Confused because you don't agree, or because most art has no function, other than to convey it's creators *emotional shit* to its viewers?
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#18
It's not an option in the poll, but design. If that counts. I'm not a fan of art really, but I love design because it's art with more of a function, like graphic design, web design, wearable design, etc. Also because I've taken art and design at school and in terms of theoretical work, design is so much more interesting.
#19
Literature and Photography really. I love photo Journalism too.
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Confused because you don't agree, or because most art has no function, other than to convey it's creators *emotional shit* to its viewers?


By that argument, most architecture has no function either. Most of the most famous buildings are essentially massive wastes of space of resources. Huge cathedrals that only have on floor, rooms that are giant empty spaces that could easily fit 3 full stories, stuff like that. I find most "architecture" to be a waste. With literature and music, you can speak directly to a persons soul, and inspire or encourage them to do something.

Not that architecture can't do that, because it certainly can, but there usually isn't much purpose served for humanity in creating pretty buildings.
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#25
Torn between literature and painting. And cinema. and photography.
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Why is dance not up there?

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100% this. Hey, it's an art.

I recon you can do a lot with cinema. It combines visual art, design and music into one.
#30
Can I get video games up in this bitch?
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#31
I have been really into woodworking lately; particularly in relation to making musical instruments.

I love everything about it.

There is something extremely satisfying about carving a neck and getting it shaped PERFECTLY.


f*cking love it.
#32
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Can I get video games up in this bitch?


Sincere question:

Has the gaming industry produced any 'classics' of the same calibre as Mozart, Da Vinci or Joyce yet?

I'm serious. I don't game, so I wouldn't have a clue.
#33
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Sincere question:

Has the gaming industry produced any 'classics' of the same calibre as Mozart, Da Vinci or Joyce yet?

I'm serious. I don't game, so I wouldn't have a clue.


That's an unfair comparison to consider, as Music has been around forever and video games are about 30 years old. We've had our classics, but nothing that has stood stand the test of time that Mozart has.

Possibly Pong
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#34
I like painting best.

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That's an unfair comparison to consider, as Music has been around forever and video games are about 30 years old. We've had our classics, but nothing that has stood stand the test of time that Mozart has.

Possibly Pong

From what I understood, there's Deus Ex. I don't game either, so I don't know, but I heard lots of talk about it.
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#35
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From what I understood, there's Deus Ex. I don't game either, so I don't know, but I heard lots of talk about it.


I don't really game anymore, but I used to be a total nerd about it. I wouldn't say it's anything close to the caliber of Mozart, but it's definitely loved in the gaming community.

I'd have to say "Portal" is one of the most Mozart-y games. It was groundbreaking, revolutionary, and ****ing fun to play.
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#36
To be fair, I think Video Games would come under "digital art" as in the original poll.
#38
Video games.

Even if you include music.

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