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HOW WINGS ARE ATTACHED TO THE BACKS OF ANGELS
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Craig Welch takes viewers inside a surreal, meticulously crafted world to meet a mysterious protagonist and his otherworldly visitor; in this short animation.
HOW WINGS ARE ATTACHED TO THE BACKS OF ANGELS - Craig Welch takes viewers inside a surreal, meticulously crafted world to meet a mysterious protagonist and his otherworldly visitor...A man obsessed with control. His intricate gadgets manipulate yet insulate, as his science dissects and reduces. How exactly are wings attached to the back of angels? In this invented world drained of emotion... Whether he can transcend his obsessions and fears is the heart of the matter. A film without words.
HOW WINGS ARE ATTACHED TO THE BACKS OF ANGELS - Craig Welch 1996
One of my favorite animations ever. "How Wings are Attached to the Backs of Angels."
Beautiful and macabre. My 2 favorite aesthetics.
How Wings Are Attached to the Backs of Angels by Craig Welch; think of it set to "Gravity" by A Perfect Circle
We could live for a thousand years but if I hurt you, I'd make wine from your tears I told you that we could fly, 'cause we all have wings...... but some of us don't know why
We are each of us angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one another. ~Luciano de Crescenzo
"Fall of the Rebel Angels", sculptor unknown. Early 18th century (Naples); ivory; The Nelson-Atkins (Museum of Art, Kansas City)
photography art feathers bird raven fly Wings flight crow black feather end of day luminescent iridescence
Joie's Written Love: Casted From Arms Of Grace Chapter 1 part one.... New story I've started on
Martin Senn is a German artist who creates three-dimensional works using wire. Working the wire as if he was drawing with a pencil, Martin crafts simple and direct studies of the forms and compositions of everyday objects.
Angel Automata Kinetic Model
“We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.” ― Kurt Vonnegut
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Amazing Transparent Wing. Has man developed a transparent airplane wing ? so delicate yet, sooo complex.