.when I saw this project from d great contemporary artist Miro I was stunned! .. now I saw picture from this project, first time in my stream, pretty tired to write a lot though but you know how it goes. some pieces of art can speak/ say more then thousand words this is this kind of art. respected truly!
Portrait of a Dancer (1928) by Joan Miró.
Miró’s piece was in the exhibit Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting (1927-1937). From his own words regarding it, he said “I want to assassinate painting.”
:I wrote a post early this morning about d anonymous. they made d first Macedonian video and I use some of their pictures with d no head profile etc. afterwords reading my daily information I saw this sculpture in my stream.
:Inbai Kim and his work Deller hon Dainy are just perfect for my face today. I want to hide myself between childish abstraction, squiggles of wooden crayons. and d whiteness is leaving u without words. nice one, indeed!
I wanted to share this project also. Reminds me on one of d Pink Floyd’s covers and in general I like black & white photography. This is perfect example. I was lazy to explore, still I am so I just share with u d name Panos Tsagaris, Initiations Studies if u’re more interested, go for it. .. it’s ur day, go & find more info about.. 🙂
:for sure we can write more about, if we just observe d topic as initiation is or d triangle or d connection with d light and d spirituality. I leave this topic open so u have d opportunity to think about, find ur personal dialog etc. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page
:this is amazing project, yes indeed it took him a lot of time for d final result, but as u see is breathtaking, stunning way of creating art. Master piece! :life is very often compared with puzzle or this Rubik Cube and we are d players that need to find d code, their own way how to get to d result. but why to don’t think wider, as this artist do. ..our life is not only one cube, or puzzle it’s full spectra of games, combinations. .. we just need to start d play!
“Dream Big” was a year-long project in which Pete created a mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. using 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes.
How many?! :)
:enjoy d photos and if u want to see what else Pete Fecteau creates _check his web page