#short vivisection

.тнis is short vivisection of some art that pass trough my stream nowadays. I must say I’m pretty sorry that I don’t spent a lot of time here on this blog, but I must invite u in same time as well to visit my new project that I took part: think.mk

.it’s actually thinkery web portal for all brainiacs and mind voyagers from my country. I admit that d time that i spent there, working on all that different content is challenge for me is some way. .. but i promise that i’ll do try to come here more often and spread d good conceptuallity with u. btw it’s pretty noisy out there, a lot of good stuff I must point тнaт!

:enjoy d selection!

“merror” by anatol knotek

ANISH KAPOOR – Void

Anish Kapoor

Jannis Kounellis

Oscar Tauzon

Sarah Oppenheimer, D-33

tom lovelace

: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

.hyuro – street art #illustrator ::: masta!

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:This are also pictures, collection that I collect few months already. I decide that today is d day when I’m gonna share hyuro works. he is really master on d streets, he made street art wider then before. Now we can see even more often then before illustrations on d streets. Based in Spain we can see his masterpieces online cause yes, he is sharing mostly everything what is new from him.

I’ll not write a lot about, just enjoy his work:

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:nature is a painting! no, no #photography

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National Geographic Photographer Frans Lanting shares the secret of his masterful image, “Ghost Trees at Dawn” — the thorn trees of Namibia.

"Ghost Trees at Dawn"

Is it a painting or photography. This photographer really knows what he have from equipment and how to use it in d right moment. Pretty strange atmosphere on d photos, almost surrealistic, he was thinking of every single detail on this photo. The time, d sun, d light, d shadows. ..and when was d right moment he have done this masterpiece. This is gorgeous. Hard to believe it’s not a painting.

Frans Lanting is one of the greatest nature photographers of our time. His work has been featured in National Geographic, Audubon and Time, as well as numerous award-winning books. Lanting’s recent exhibition, The LIFE Project, offers a lyrical interpretation of the history of life on Earth.

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In the pursuit of his work, Frans Lanting has lived in the trees with wild macaws, camped with giant tortoises inside a volcanic crater, and documented never-before-photographed wildlife and tribal traditions in Madagascar. The Dutch-born, California-based photographer has traveled to Botswana’s Okavango Delta, the rain forests of Borneo and the home of emperor penguins in Antarctica.

The resulting photographs — staggering in their beauty, startling in their originality — have brought much-needed attention to endangered species and ecological crises throughout the world. In 2001, HRH Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands inducted Lanting as a Knight in the Royal Order of the Golden Ark, the country’s highest conservation honor — just one of many honors he has received throughout his illustrious career.

“As a chronicler of natural history today, Frans Lanting is a singular extraordinary talent. He has the mind of a scientist, the heart of a hunter, and the eyes of a poet.”