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The Artists, Art Photography, Colors, Photography Projects, Terminal Mirage, Lakes, Aerial Photography, Earth, David Maisel
travelingcolors: Great Salt Lake | Utah (by David Maisel) No matter what your perspective, Earth is mighty beautiful.
Great work by our Issue Four artist, David Maisel. photojojo: David Maisel is a San Francisco based photographer creating some of the best aerial photographs around. Check out the link below for more from his fantastic series “Terminal Mirage.” “Terminal Mirage” - Jaw-Dropping Aerial Photography via Flakphoto
'Terminal Mirage 5' by David Maisel (2005) ed: reminds me of Wayne Thiebaud #art #photography
David Maisel, Terminal Mirage 5, 2003. © David Maisel. Courtesy the artist and Haines Gallery.
Looking Down: Photography Project by David Maisel
David Maisel: Terminal Mirage - In his project Terminal Mirage, Maisel intentionally obscures the function, location, scale, and condition of his subject. His images all share exquisite abstract colorations and design. A few pictures are obviously landscapes. Others are so lacking in items that identify scale they might be images of deteriorating walls or macro photographs of laboratory dishes. As he intends, we are first engaged by the beauty that dances across these large scale prints.
Rainbows Colors, Bluegreen, Blue Green, Art, Colors Palettes, Colors Blue, David Maisel, Photography, Davidmaisel
Terminal Mirage 24 by David Maisel great salt lake in northwestern Utah #trendatelier #davidmaisel
Love the color palette
David Maisel. #blue #green
Rainbow Colors >> Aerial view of water and land.
Atelier Olschinsky’s "Structures" series. via Volume.
Atelier Olschinsky, Architecture Art, Illustration, Architecture Repre, Architecture Graphics, Ate Olschinsky, Creative Journals, Architecture Drawingspaint, Design Studios
Atelier Olschinsky - Creative Journal
Interesting illustrative and pattern work by Vienna-based studio, Atelier Olschinsky.
From 'Structures', by Viennese design studio Atelier Olschinsky.
andrew b. myers "blue jays vs. angles" 2011
Trav'Lin Lights, Baseball, Basebal Events, Blue Jays, Angled, Photographers Andrew, Andrew Myers, Lights Colors, Myers Photography
photographer Andrew Myers
BLue Jays vs Angles by Andrew B. Myers #photography
The Green Cathedral, Almere, Netherlands De Groene Kathedraal, at the bottom of the aerial, is a full-size copy of Reims Cathedral by artist Marinus Boezem that replaces stone and glass with poplar trees and sky. About 20 years after it was started the artwork was "completed" in 1996, yet it is expected to reach its full height in 2015. The duplicate footprint to the north is a clearing in beech trees that follows the original by about a decade, so it is not as tall as the first. #architecture #landscape
Doors, Artists, Artworks, Blue Lagoon Iceland, Green Cathedral, The Netherlands, Architecture, Landart, Amsterdam
The Green Cathedral, Almere, Netherlands... go while we're in amsterdam sometime
De Groene Kathedraal door Marinus Boezem (1987 – 1996), Almere
Marinus Boezem: "The Green Cathedral, Flevoland, Land art near Almere, The Netherlands, 1987
"Arpent Bend" Leah Evans (quilt handmade with salvaged upholstery fabric, vintage kimono material and hand-dyed fabric) -- gorgeous use of textiles to replicate map/satellite/microscopic imagery for wall hangings!
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Leah Evans, Textile Artist
Arpent Bend map art quilt by Leah Evans
Leah Evans - Inspired by satellite imagery. How unique!
Leah Evans makes the most excellent quilt maps.
Incredible quilt art by Leah Evans. http://leahevanstextiles.com/
topographical map quilt (by leah evans)
Monoculture wheat fields in Montana (NatGeo)
Aerial Landscapes, Landscapes Texture, Agriculture Pictures, Agriculture Photos, Aerial Photography, Farms Livin, Fantasy Farms, Monoculture, Fields
Sustainable Agriculture Photos, Sustainable Agriculture Pictures, Images -- National Geographic
Fields near the city of Perdizes, in the Minas Gerais state of Brazil [NASA photo, Earth Day (4/22) 2011]