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:not so very often I use to share graffs here but I really want to start this week with more love in me and all around me, so I found this 2 stencil graffs interesting for my white blog [space].

.they are both made in Paris, d city of love by Nick Walker and are perfect example how I would love d street art to evolve, develop. good job definitely, bit of jazz, blues, and dancing mood. indeed u’ll put smile on ur face after u see this 2 graffs.

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:u like it? . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:black apple falls’ _& d night can start «

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:and yet when we speak about d chaos of different elements that bring different stories and their strange way of connection in special art pieces makes Us wonder everyday what is what, what is good, what of all those miracles have sense etc.
But I think that when we see this ‘french style’ of expressing trough contemporary/ conceptual art or however u called it we’ll not have d need to ask our self is this good or not, just to follow d deeper message.

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:Colette

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:Contemporary sculptures have been gaining grounds in the last few years and one of the international singular voices is the French artist Guillaume Leblon who is nominated this year for the French annual young artist award Marcel Duchamp Prize. Leblon is considered by many as a conceptual artist whose work is rooted in a series of experiments between arte povera, Anti-form and post-minimalism. The interesting aspect about Leblon’s work is its analytical nature to give spectators a perceptive field of experience instead of just a simple iconographic or narrative apparatus. His sculpture and installation slow down the time by materializing history and memory and relate often to the dimension of their environment. They might look familiar, yet remain unknown.

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:Black apple falls, détail

:Le Grand Bureau

:Le Grand Bureau, detail

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His constructions engage an elastic reality by juxtaposing different dimensional scales in the same space while allowing narrative links to connect one work with another.

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:probabilité pour que rien ne se passe

:d view

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:with this post I vote for this artist, definitely this is chef-d’œuvre that can celebrates.. me, I like is like construction, like interior space intervention, like ambient d elements make some fluid between d history and d new time, d simplicity in d structure, d minimalism that is d biggest definition and line in this post-modern art ages.

:credits for d photo: Marc Domage / Fondation d'entreprise Ricard

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Guillaume Leblon

.time for chocolate!..melting :wooden #sculpture

:It was just preparation d post before, d next thing that comes from them is popular nowadays and I think will change their facebook fan page number more the 900 people. It was like a challenge for me to share in d post with d balloon from before or to separate this content, the new projects from them cause I already mention there that d new stuff are totally different from that balloon.

This time we’ll see Bonsoir Paris in one different light, perfect combination for d white space where d pieces are exhibited but also for this blog here. Pretty surrealistic forms in real, those canvases are liquid like they come for Dali’s dream. They are melting and morphing into sculpture in some trippy way that is unique and I see t for fist time. Especially cause we speak for wooden frames.

From d famous designboom page we read:

:french design duo rémy clémente and morgan maccari of bonsoir paris have designed ‘duramen series’, consisting of three sculptures. for each piece, the shape of a picture frame has been manipulated to a point where it can no longer function as such, but still remains recognizable. the forms have been carved, sanded and finished by hand, out of various types of woods such as oak and fir. the contrast between the natural colors of and textures of the material help define the detailed contours of the carvings.

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:for me this works are like parts of my dreams, chocolate. ..a lot! I love chocolate and surreal forms, just like this one. .. u like this melting #sculptures? – u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:Supakitch & Koralie vol.II

“Euphorie” Paris

Slowly but surely I fell in love in d work of this two amazing artists. Recently, few weeks ago I watch their first video [or first only for me] and their style just grab me. They are painting so called back2back murals and id d both of d videos d boy present d dark side and d girl d light one. I’m not sure if is it like this in real, but I really perceive their work as this. 🙂

they use stencils, markers, stickers, air-brush, sprays, acrylic colors. ..in general most of d materials that pretty good fit on walls and hard paper materials. In this video I could see that they are using d same markers for d stickers and also for d finest details on d end on d mural.

Technique and style that brings d sea waves in colorful almost rainbow way, either colorful sky diving. They also use typical contemporary characters and some traditional that u can find mostly in d street art but the combination and d centralized expression that is actually d transfer between d male and d female energy or expression are just things that make their work signed with d most unique modern way of sharing art.