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“Squares was the logical thing to do,” Kirsch says. “Of course, the logical thing was not the only possibility … but we used squares. It was something very foolish that everyone in the world has been suffering from ever since.” Now retired and living in Portland, Oregon, Kirsch recently set out to make amends. Inspired by the mosaic builders of antiquity who constructed scenes of stunning detail with bits of tile, Kirsch has written a program that turns the chunky, clunky squares of a…

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from Etsy

One Blown Glass Oregon Coast Sea Float 6 Inches

Blown Glass Floats on the Oregon can find these anytime. They hide them on the beach (very well) and they are yours when you find them. Best PR I ever heard of :) I have a beautiful one with cobalt as the main colour (though to be honest, I didn't find mine the beach--though someday I hope to get one that way; it would be really cool!) that I bought in the glass factory there

from Fine Art America

Streetscape 1 by David Hansen

Shape- the use of regular squares and rectangles overlapping one another in a conformed manner creates an image of a bustling NYC street. The bustling effect comes from the intense overlapping of the shapes- it also adds the effect that the buildings are being built/put together. The darker shapes give the piece depth and from a distance, dimension.