.reаdу for ur raiиbows? :мerry Chrisтмas

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:another new finding how we can start d new day, d first day of Christmas. .. I saw one photography from this artist Ben Alper and I was pretty interested to see more works from Him. today I decide to share with u d edition/ serial so called Backgrounds Noise.

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:as d name of d project those colors, blurry details, unfocussed parts are just as natural as d energy itself. they point some moments that actually would be not as important in d photography if there was not that noise that creates d beauty from ‘nothing’.

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Background Noise (2011 – ) is open selection that probably continue as open session that from time to time will have some new pics. those rainbow prints are giving special effects to this pictures. .. like drops from d universe.

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:u like this photography project, there are many other projects, art pieces on Ben Alper page . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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?is it :[un].wanted visitor: :for me [d #sculpture I mean]

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I was sure that one day I’ll put this sculptures on my blog list. I really like it since d first time when I saw it, psychedelic, they are live like some organism or some other organic structure.

Funny to mention is that this sculptures are made out of individual crayons that may require as many as hundreds of thousands. Herb Williams is born 1973 in Montgomery and is maybe d only one who is doing this style of making sculptures that makes him unique not only in d technique but also in d form and d wide opportunity that this material offers. Like rainbow fire that lights d space.

'unwanted visitor: portrait of wildfire' by herb williams

:williams is interested in identifying objects that d society perceives to associate with one role, and reintroduces them into different subtexts. with a desire to produce pieces on a grand scale, his work is ‘unwanted visitor: portrait of wildfire‘, an outdoor installation on display at the national ranching heritage centre in lubbock, texas.

The five free standing sculptures which are meant to emulate fires and flames – reminiscent of a wildfire and yes also to raise d awareness of wildfires in that area, they melt cause of d unpredictable outdoor conditions .. anyway, more concretely here, me, I just prefer to have d beautiful photos this time.

I like d ambient that those sculptures are giving to d viewer, for me they are rainbows, they make poetry flames in me. 🙂

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?do u like to draw and paint with crayons, have u ever thing about this way of using them. ..u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page