.u’re #tree within a tree

:have u ask urself if there is life inside an old tree? me not. till today. therefore, what better way to appreciate nature and d wonders of life than with a simply amazing art sculpture like this? 🙂

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I just saw this amazing work from d Italian artist Giuseppe Penone who tries to get at d core of d trunk and there, as in a hidden universe to reveal d babe, d ancient beginning of d life of a tree.

.this amazing work is part of his exhibition “The Hidden Life Within“ (2012) for which he come up with d piece, he took a massive tree trunk and carved it away, ring by ring, to show off d tree’s earliest self.

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Tree of 12 Metres was made by scraping away the wood from a felled tree, which had first been roughly sawn into a beam, to reveal its internal structure of narrow core and developing branches. Penone’s aim was to return the tree to the form it had had at an earlier stage of its growth, making visible natural processes which are normally hidden.

.d result is remarkable, showing off where d larger tree came from, and how it changed with years of growth. this idea brings us back to d essence, d very foundation of our growth, our connection with nature, our consciousness that in each of us lies fragile, gentle soul piece that keep us protected from d external influences.

amazing, isn’t it? do u like it? :u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

.my very best mechanical Buddha

I love this project, maybe I have share it before even that I think not here.. I use to write for this concept and approach for university and pretty like d idea and d vivisection of d anatomy of d human body.

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First time after a while, maybe more then a year I collect few photos of this sculpture that open d form from more perspectives, is amazingly great how smart this idea is. u remember d video that bjork made for one of her songs..? there was something from cardigans as well.

Wang Zi Won is d author that made this stunning sculpture that brings our surreal perception more close to our eyes, Pensive Bodhisattva is d name of d project and is produced in 2010.

untitledz2z3z4z5z6z7.absolutely here are more projects, it’s not only d pensive Buddha or mechanical Bodhisattva or Buddha Mandala.. here I bring u few of those project that Wand is creating and is worldwide recognized.

U like this sculptures, u want one in ur minimalistic white room or u just want to reblog this post on ur white space? anyway . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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Guerrilla tree sculptor takes over U.K. town

The wooded area around the U.K. town of Knaresborough, North Yorkshire has fallen pray to some amazing guerrilla art as of late. For weeks, residents were stumped as to who carved these amazing pieces of work into nearby trees.

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:all my bad тhoughтs

Do you feel sometimes sad or in a bad mood? I just publish status update: happy life? – hell yea, only if u’re stupid! .. and I really mean it!

A lot of people nowadays are running all over to fix their agenda, to pay their bills, to collect money for holiday etc.. is this happiness? Is this all about? I think before people were more aware about what life is then now. Now is only consumerism even with d contemporary art. How many times u saw in d last year how one project that becomes popular is copied by some other “conceptual artist”? That’s why we need to select and think about d art pieces before we publish or reshare them. It’s much more difficult to be sad nowadays..

Kristof Kintera – All My Bad Thoughts (2009)

:d `land of two rivers ~

Anselm Kiefer * [+]
Zweistromland / Land of Two Rivers
installation, mixed media, 1985-1989

[…] Throughout his career Kiefer was a maker of books, one-of-a-kind works like medieval manuscripts. His most monumental expression of this interest is “The High Priestess/Zweistromland/Land of Two Rivers”.

 

This sculpture consists of two bookcases (labeled after the rivers Tigris and Euphrates) containing about two hundred lead books, all on a superhuman scale. Some of the books were blank; others contained such things as obscure photographs of clouds or dried peas. It was a many layered work dealing with the artifacts of knowledge. […] *