the management of the artistic and design elements of a project, esp. in film, television, advertising, or publishing; the work of an art director
Art direction is very important in today’s music videos.
Hourani began to dabble with a myriad of artistic careers, from model scouting to styling to art direction.
Rad Hourani, The First Unisex Couture Designer Erin Cunningham January 28, 2014
Burton’s flick stormed theaters, bringing in just over $1 billion worldwide and won Oscars for art direction and costume design.
12 Sexed-Up Fairy Tales Alex Berg March 7, 2011
The show has won Emmys for art direction and cinematography, and Harris has been nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor twice.
The Best Show Nobody’s Watching Miriam Datskovsky November 9, 2008
- Art director
Movies, Television. the person who determines the staging requirements for a production and often designs the sets or supervises their building and dressing. Also called art editor. a person who is responsible for the selection, execution, production, etc., of graphic art for a publication, advertising agency, or the like. . Contemporary Examples At work, Peggy […]
- Arthur dove
Arthur, 1880–1946, U.S. painter. Rita, born 1952, U.S. poet and educator: U.S. poet laureate 1993. noun any of various birds of the family Columbidae, having a heavy body, small head, short legs, and long pointed wings: order Columbiformes. They are typically smaller than pigeons related adjective columbine (politics) a person opposed to war Compare hawk1 […]
Sir Arthur Conan [kaw-nuh n,, koh-] /ˈkɔ nən,, ˈkoʊ-/ (Show IPA), 1859–1930, British physician, novelist, and detective-story writer. Contemporary Examples What I want to no,” writes the semi-literate Doyle, “is what is the whole stinking business for. American Dreams, 1933: Miss Lonelyhearts by Nathanael West Nathaniel Rich April 28, 2013 Doyle, officially a contractor, said […]
Sir Arthur (Stanley) 1882–1944, English astronomer, physicist, and writer. Contemporary Examples Eddington was formerly the CEO of British Airways and on the board of Rio Tinto, the $60 billion mining giant. News Corp.’s Motley Board Nick Summers, R.M. Schneiderman July 20, 2011 Historical Examples Professor Eddington tells us that we have as much right to […]