.would u like to try?

.great idea. luminous swing. secluded room. mysterious.

Would you like to try? unknown author, known atmosphere illuminated movement, unforgettable feelings.

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:enjoy d reflection of d whitness

The geological history of the Salar is associated with a sequential transformation between several vast lakes. Some 30,000–42,000 years ago, the area was part of a giant prehistoric lake, Lake Minchin. SALAR DE UYUNI (or Salar de Tunupa)

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:challenge ur perspective ~

Reframe_Adam Scales, Berthelimeau Peter, + Paul Van Den Berg

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:I was thinking to add something here, something about d perspective, d multidimensional challenge in this piece of art. I was thinking to mention d material and to put some light n d idea, BUT, this masterpiece speaks about all this stuff by itself. no need for words here.

!great, great idea.. and is not drawing as on d art classes is brutal, huge installation, great #Job!. … u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:shadow in d wood

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:week-end situation dear followers, nothing special in d middle of d summer, just maybe more work then usual. I found this piece interesting for here. contemporary, organic, logical. .. playful. what do u say?

Dead Wood Installation by Varnai Gyula 

The artist Gyula, who lives and works in Dunaújváros, used wood logs to create this unique sculpture. Definitely a lot of precision and patience was needed in order to build this. Excellent indeed ~

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:flying messages ~

I saw one picture from this creative couple(?) this morning and I just decide to google bit more. Yes, great idea, great realization as well. Very funny, satiric, ironic way to show ur hidden thoughts and conclusions.

[from mymodernmet]
Artistic duo Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen use basic black text on white paper to convey their often comical messages relating to a wide variety of topics. The written works range from social commentary to self-reflective statements. The two-year-long 100 Posterworks project takes a straightforward black and white photography series with an equally simple concept, involving two deadpan subjects holding a banner, and manages to transform it into a really amusing collection of artistic reflection with a healthy dose of humor.