Rudy Faber Captures the Beauty of the Stage Art Form in Illustrations

 - Sep 8, 2011
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With these Rudy Faber illustrations, you won't have to chuck out money to enjoy a cabaret show as Faber brings stylish elements from the stage art form to all of his illustrations. Whether it's the make-up or the revealing attire, Rudy Faber always manages to integrate cabaret flair into his delightfully whimsical pieces -- and I don't think anyone's complaining.

My favorite Rudy Faber illustration is the one entitled 'The Absurdity of Love', which features a pair kissing in free fall in between what appears to be curtains. The pegasus in the picture, looking apathetic and depressed in one all-encompassing expression, only adds to the overall whimsy of the piece.

Implications - Consumers appreciate fine arts because of its euphoric escapism-inducing quality. They use this aspect of art as a coping mechanism for daily life stresses. Corporations may consider using fine art illustrations in the physical design of their products in order to invoke tension-relieving sensations, enticing consumers furthermore to purchase their wares.