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:finally I'll write more about my favorite chef-d'œuvre!

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:I first time saw this art work more then one year ago. I was d same as today when I actually find more then one beautiful photo from this master artist. we’ll see d layered landscapes series by artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi.

I can write a lot about this artist but I’m pretty sure that very soon I’ll show some other pieces from him. he just deserves whole observation of his wok. Today as d first working day in d first [non]working week of d New Year I think is fair enough to give d pleasure to our eyes to enjoy in this perfection of visual beauty.

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:from trendland we read:
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The theme of Japaneses artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi work is “the physical that permeates into the art piece.” Laser print mounted with plexiglass acrylic and layered in a way that it all come up as some intriguing sculpture installations. ” In a foggy landscape, we no longer see what we are usually able to see – the distance to the traffic light, the silhouette of the trees, the slope of the ground. Silhouettes, distance and horizontal sense all become vague. When we perceive this vagueness, the water inside the retina and skin dissolve outwardly toward the infinite space of the body surface.

The landscape continues to flow, withholding us from grasping anything solid. By capturing spatial change and the infinite flow of time, I strive to produce art that creates movement between the artwork itself and the viewer’s experience of the artwork.

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.this is d art that takes ur breath away, shocks u in ever way. .. when I first saw this project, still not popular between d network I knew that this is one chef-d’œuvre, genial artist, happy we still have what to present and to be timeless. ..

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?do u see this work for first time, is it inspiring for u, do u like this visual art. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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:no brush please! [1oq]

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This what I saw today is totally amazing. It’s about painting in some very strange style/ technique that I haven’t saw before. It’s about painting without using brushes but d final result is breathtaking. Gravity is her best friend.

First: watch the video. Twenty-five year old, Toronto-based artist Amy Shackleton paints these lusciously drippy paintings without use of a brush or fingers, instead she relies on good old gravity (and occasionally string as a guide) to move the paint slowly across the canvas in delicately controlled pours. The video above captures the somewhat tedious yet brilliant process in detail, as a 30-hour painting session condensed into two minutes. I find this so unbelievably amazing and beautiful. See more of her work here, and you’ll have a chance to see it in person at Art Toronto 2011 in October. (via gizmodo)

I could write here thousands of words for that what she’s doin’ & how much inspiring it is. ..but better to spend d time watching her masterpieces and floathing with d colors that she use in so liquid way that is almost like colorful soul waterfal on her canvases.

Usually she’s inspirated from d nature and very often u can find in her work different landscapes but not rare she combine them with some parts from d city or d civilization. She do this combination of nature & civilization in some totally unique artistique way and u can’t even recognize when she is moving from d first canvas to d second one (and even more..) with d style of painting she’s trying to bring to d viewer one strong message: that there is another world but is in this one!

:rainy autumn days. this colors are playin’ with d content like rain drops playin’ on a foggy window.

Enjoy her work!

:night and day:urban.growth

:we do like this #architecture!

Should we change our urban environment in more organic, human way..? membranes and molecular forms are d future of d architecture in d big cities. Very natural way of evolution. Chris Bosse: LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture) discusses and explain how he draws inspiration from the natural world and combines this with cutting edge computer modeling to produce innovative and sustainable buildings, installations and urban centers.

Very flexible way of work..brings more positive look of d urban spaces. Interventions in d space from that type are pretty necessary in our global society as we all re-evolve in a way were we think that d environment create part of our character. That what we see is reflecting in our constitution more that we are aware of it. Pretty good project/ idea I look forward for this sustainable future.

u can find more for Chris Bosse [here] or more for their LAVA -labaratoty for Visionary Architecture [here]

:ORIGAMIBIRO, what’s that?!

[play d video & read]. ..actually WATCH d video!

Imagine music and video playing a game together. And telling stories at the same time. That’s what it’s like to experience a performance by audio-visual collective Origamibiro.
The collaborative trio merge found objects, unorthodox contraptions, multi instrumentalism and persistence of vision to create an atmosphere both nostalgic and otherworldly.

This is amazing work. Master piece of art and music. Video that makes waterfall of inspiration, soft storm of ideas. They make perfect combination of all d instruments, tech, materials & thoughts. @ponor is person [friend] in d web that can make u truly happy with her findings. Thank u for sharing this, it’s good start, first step for exploring more from their work.

– Is this d future turned ON? :awesome story covered with deep sense for d presence.. for d contemporary age in which we live. Is this d new age wave?! If this is d new sound comin’ out of our brains I definitely vote for IT! organic notes, tranquility vibes like produced from our soul, atmosphere that is full of joy. all at all pretty silent experimental, but silent as music characteristic not as music. d music is full with elements, they put a lot of work in every second that is played there.

So, ORIGAMIBIRO is a multi-practice audio visual artist collective. started out as a solo music project by Tom Hill in 2007 with the release of Cracked Mirrors and Stopped Clocks, Origamibiro has since become a live audio-visual collective comprised of fellow musician Andy Tytherleigh and video artist, Jim Boxall – aka The Joy of Box. The trio employ multiple instruments, hi and lo-fi technologies and an array of unorthodox objects and mixed media, including guitars, typewriters, infra red cameras, double bass, ukulele and bowed electric guitar.

Through their studio experiments and live performances, Origamibiro have strived to produce music and images that are beautiful, generative and organic. They have fused their respective backgrounds together: bringing an intricate and diverse selection of instruments, elements of expanded cinema, soundtrack music, found objects and unorthodox devices.

Quad Time from The Joy of Box on Vimeo.

!wonderful project: more u can find [HERE]