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Reach high. You will achieve. Don't let anyone try to force your dreams into a cage of their reality. Be an artist, an inventor, change the world in your own unique way. Manifest your destiny & create your own reality. There is no past, there is no future, there is only an essential now.

Malibu Meets Warhol

Happy Father's Day :) “Somewhere between kid and adult I realized you weren’t just my dad,” “You were also one of the greatest guys I would ever know.”

Atlas Shrugged

generative prints by Andreas N. Fischer

The Era of Design!

Sherry's Blog

SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, where “Cutting Insights”, the first exhibition of Tomoko Shioyasu, was showed through 29th to 27th August. Feeling Zen-like atmosphere, I passed through the gate, and I found a kind of enlightenment ready and waiting. Tomoko Shioyasu Exhibition Born in 1981, Tomoko Shioyasu has been creating wide variety of impressive works by repetition of minute handwork, which reflects her natural-views. Although the base of her works is a litany of repeated patterns, they have no me

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Although Escher did not have mathematical training—his understanding of mathematics was largely visual and intuitive—Escher's work had a strong mathematical component, and more than a few of the worlds which he drew are built around impossible objects such as the Necker cube and the Penrose triangle. Many of Escher's works employed repeated tilings called tessellations. Escher's artwork is especially well liked by mathematicians and scientists, who enjoy his use of polyhedra and geometric dis...

M. C. Escher, was a Dutch graphic artist. He is known for his often mathematically inspired woodcuts, lithographs, and mezzotints. These feature impossible constructions, explorations of infinity, architecture, and tessellations.

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Paul Gauguin was born in Paris, France in 1848 at the time of the second French Revolution. After his father was exiled from the country, his family moved to Peru for a short time. In France Gauguin was raised in Orleans until he was seventeen, at which time he became an apprentice to a merchant marine and sailed the open sea. Around 1873 his life's interests began to change and he was thrust into the world of art. He joined Impressionist movement, befriended Pissarro, Cezanne, Dega & Van Gogh


Van Gogh is considered one of the biggest influences on Modern Art. This is in stark contrast to the little fame he received during his lifetime. A Dutch painter, Van Gogh worked in London, Paris and other parts of England. Around the age of 20, Van Gogh began working for art dealers, but ultimately stopped this work because of his resentfulness towards the financial aspects of art. After this Van Gogh had many stints in various professions, all of which were not satisfying to him. In 1879, h...

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    Guy Winn

    listen to starry night by Don Mclean while you are lookin at this pic for the ultimate affect

Salvador Dali was born on May 11, 1904 in Figueras, Spain. His father was a lawyer and notary with a very strict nature. His mother, however, encouraged Dali’s artistic endeavours. Dali’s older brother, also named Salvador, died nine months before Dali’s birth. Dali believed that he was his brother’s reincarnation. A concept that was encouraged by his parents, Dali’s unique mind begins to form. Dali began drawing at a young age. He attended a drawing school and later gained an interest in mod...

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THE HIDDEN DA VINCI PAINTING OF THE BATTLE OF ANGHIARI Both Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci were given the commission to paint halves of a war scene. Leonardo had completed his half but the paint began to dissolve due to again a new painting method that Leonardo had introduced. The painting was believed to have been destroyed beyond repair. New evidence has been emerging to say that this Da Vinci painting was not destroyed but instead saved and then intentionally hidden out of sight.

Detail from a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's long-lost "Battle of Anghiari,

Sidewalk chalk Art

Rowboat in the sky

Abandoned Buildings (& Objects) Transformed by Foliage - Whoa! Love purple!

Nothing in the past is lost for it, for the Idea is ever present; Spirit is immortal; with it there is no past, no future, but an essential now... what Spirit is it has always been essentially; distinctions are only the development of this essential nature.

Periodic Table of typefaces. Such perfect brilliance. I really, really want this as a poster above my workspace.

“When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds: Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in everydirection, and you find yourself in a new, great, and wonderful world. Dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive, and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than youever dreamed yourself to be.” ~ Patanjali

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