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Художники :: Патрик Вудроф (Patrick Woodroffe) :: фотография 2

Художники :: Патрик Вудроф (Patrick Woodroffe) :: фотография 2

Художники :: Патрик Вудроф (Patrick Woodroffe) :: фотография 2

Художники :: Патрик Вудроф (Patrick Woodroffe) :: фотография 2

COOL! The universe has its secrets. Extra dimensions of space might be one of them. If so, the universe has been hiding those dimensions, protecting them, keeping them coyly under wraps. From a casual glance, you would never suspect a thing. It's hubris to think that the way we see things is everything there is. -Lisa Randall, theoretical physicist via She Sings to the Stars

COOL! The universe has its secrets. Extra dimensions of space might be one of them. If so, the universe has been hiding those dimensions, protecting them, keeping them coyly under wraps. From a casual glance, you would never suspect a thing. It's hubris to think that the way we see things is everything there is. -Lisa Randall, theoretical physicist via She Sings to the Stars

Patrick Woodroffe - Cover art for an edition of A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick, 1993

Patrick Woodroffe - Cover art for an edition of A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick, 1993

Impossible Tower by Istvan Orosz The seven people sitting on the ledges of this building seem to be very confused.  Are they looking out of the windows or into the center of the building?  It looks like a tower or a cylinder, but if you investigate the construction you will find that it is anything but. -

Impossible Tower by Istvan Orosz The seven people sitting on the ledges of this building seem to be very confused. Are they looking out of the windows or into the center of the building? It looks like a tower or a cylinder, but if you investigate the construction you will find that it is anything but. -

REDEMPTION, acrylic gouache, crayon and ink. From "Mythopoeikon" by Patrick Woodroffe

REDEMPTION, acrylic gouache, crayon and ink. From "Mythopoeikon" by Patrick Woodroffe