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liquidzilla
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Posted - 18 Mar 2009 :  1:37:33 PM  Show Profile  Visit liquidzilla's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I adore Francis Bacon's work!





and Hokusai!





ENTJ
sx/sp
Power Animal: Panther/Dog
Hedonist - Self-confident/Mecurial
Orphan/Magician/Jester
~apparantly I have a few blind spots~
http://behindthemirror.smackjeeves.com/comics/498464/1-1/
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Peezlewhister
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Posted - 19 Mar 2009 :  01:23:41 AM  Show Profile  Visit Peezlewhister's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks everyone for sharing your favorite pics.

Here's one that I've always liked a lot: http://vlad74.cgsociety.org/gallery/331440/

I love the moisture in that pic. (Click on it for a larger version.)
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Peezlewhister
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Posted - 21 Mar 2009 :  12:26:13 AM  Show Profile  Visit Peezlewhister's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Some owls by Tamas Galambos: http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/search?q=tamas
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savory
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  07:54:24 AM  Show Profile  Visit savory's Homepage  Reply with Quote
d'erte numerals.

I don't necessarily like these, but the personalities tend to match up somewhat enneagramatically...

1 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-22.jpg
2 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-23.jpg
3 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-24.jpg
4 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-25.jpg
5 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-26.jpg
6 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-27.jpg
7 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-28.jpg
8 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-29.jpg
9 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-30.jpg

"Life never becomes a habit to me. It's always a marvel." -- K. Mansfield
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Stormy
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  08:01:03 AM  Show Profile  Visit Stormy's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by savorypie

d'erte numerals.

I don't necessarily like these, but the personalities tend to match up somewhat enneagramatically...

1 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-22.jpg
2 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-23.jpg
3 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-24.jpg
4 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-25.jpg
5 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-26.jpg
6 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-27.jpg
7 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-28.jpg
8 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-29.jpg
9 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-30.jpg


How so? What do you see in each image?

[Stormy]

Edited by - Stormy on 18 Apr 2009 08:01:16 AM
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savory
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  08:23:25 AM  Show Profile  Visit savory's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Stormy
How so? What do you see in each image?



Probably my infp mind at work again.
Some are just stereotypical (and obvious to me, in a rather non-verbal way).

1 - exposed, covering up, standing straight, sharp eyes staring out, caught in an indecent moment, yet... heh
2 - kneeling, servant, etc. (but look at that plume)
3 - mirror image, reflecting, looking/gazing at one's image, more than one of oneself
4 - finding the beloved, intertwined with the beloved (stereotypical romantic), fixed, gazing
5 - phoenix, flame of knowing, mysterious glance of contempt (not too sure on that one, except that some 5's here...)
6 - warrior, more cp I suppose, loyal, willing to fight, vigilant, defender, looking at you out of the corner of the eye, etc.
7 - free spirit, Hair let down, moving forward, bird mind
8 - obviously, ruling the world and universe.
9 - soft, passive, yet alluring, curving away, hiding (more withdrawn feeling)

"Life never becomes a habit to me. It's always a marvel." -- K. Mansfield

Edited by - savory on 18 Apr 2009 08:32:43 AM
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Stormy
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  08:41:17 AM  Show Profile  Visit Stormy's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by savorypie

quote:
Originally posted by Stormy
How so? What do you see in each image?



Probably my infp mind at work again.
Some are just stereotypical (and obvious to me, in a rather non-verbal way).

1 - exposed, covering up, standing straight, sharp eyes staring out, caught in an indecent moment, yet... heh
2 - kneeling, servant, etc. (but look at that plume)
3 - mirror image, reflecting, looking/gazing at one's image, more than one of oneself
4 - finding the beloved, intertwined with the beloved (stereotypical romantic), fixed, gazing
5 - phoenix, flame of knowing, mysterious glance of contempt (not too sure on that one, except that some 5's here...)
6 - warrior, more cp I suppose, loyal, willing to fight, vigilant, defender, looking at you out of the corner of the eye, etc.
7 - free spirit, Hair let down, moving forward, bird mind
8 - obviously, ruling the world and universe.
9 - soft, passive, yet alluring, curving away, hiding (more withdrawn feeling)


Interesting analysis; thanks for sharing!
-

[Stormy]
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blackLight
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  08:44:25 AM  Show Profile  Visit blackLight's Homepage  Reply with Quote
yeah, def.
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dfgray44
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  09:08:45 AM  Show Profile  Visit dfgray44's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by savorypie

d'erte numerals.

I don't necessarily like these, but the personalities tend to match up somewhat enneagramatically...

1 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-22.jpg
2 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-23.jpg
3 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-24.jpg
4 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-25.jpg
5 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-26.jpg
6 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-27.jpg
7 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-28.jpg
8 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-29.jpg
9 - http://www.all-art.org/collections/images1/erte/Untitled-30.jpg

"Life never becomes a habit to me. It's always a marvel." -- K. Mansfield



Delish, pie.


New theory:

pie = 3.142857142857142857142857....



********* / *



Edited by - dfgray44 on 18 Apr 2009 09:12:27 AM
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Beyond
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  1:46:15 PM  Show Profile  Visit Beyond's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Deborah Colotti!







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anon
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  2:01:24 PM  Show Profile  Visit anon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Fashion photography manages to devour some of the best surreal contemporary photographers.

Tim Walker;






"...the air is a liquid that is equivalent to absence"
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anon
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  3:07:29 PM  Show Profile  Visit anon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Rodney Smith;




Do you like these, Savory? I feel I want to give you sparkly things, because you've shared tons of greats.

"...the air is a liquid that is equivalent to absence"
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savory
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Posted - 18 Apr 2009 :  8:31:06 PM  Show Profile  Visit savory's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I can't see the second one, but the last one seems like something I'd go Hmmm over. Though, they seem a bit magazine for me.

I'm currently on the search for certain art, of which I don't know what to call. A mix of surreal and german expressionism and art nouveau.
Or that's what I want to aim for.

Something like man ray and dr. caligari mixed together. It has a huge "certainty" in my mind of what it is, but I find there's really no name for it.

What's fun is to type things in google like "paper art".
Some interesting things turn up:
http://www.petercallesen.com/

The way I used to find movies to rent was to type in things like "strange" in our campus library's search engine and see what came up. heh.

I'd love to share more of what I've been looking over lately (for my work this semester), but will have to do so later tonight. :-)

"Life never becomes a habit to me. It's always a marvel." -- K. Mansfield
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savory
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Posted - 29 Apr 2009 :  06:07:41 AM  Show Profile  Visit savory's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Brian Dettmer
Book Autopsies

http://centripetalnotion.com/2007/09/13/13:26:26/
http://www.packergallery.com/dettmer3/
http://www.toomey-tourell.com/zoom/?img=436
http://www.toomey-tourell.com/zoom/?img=340



http://images.google.co.nz/images?q=Brian%20Dettmer&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi


"A large body of Dettmer's current work is created by altering books. Dettmer seals, then cuts into older dictionaries, encyclopedias, textbooks, science and engineering books, art books, medical guides, history books, atlases, comic books, wallpaper sample books, and others, exposing select images and text to create intricate three-dimensional derivative works that reveal new or alternative interpretations of the books. Dettmer never inserts or moves any of the books' contents. (Moayeri 2008). An early example of Dettmer's unique altered books is his 2003 work, New International Dictionary ...which is an original 1947 unabridged dictionary sealed and cut to expose images within the dictionary (Sundell 2005, at pg. 70). In more recent work, Dettmer has augmented his artistic process by folding, bending, rolling, or stacking one or more books before sealing and cutting them or, in some instances, sanding them. Mound 3, ...is an example of a dictionary folded, cut, and sanded to resemble a wooden tree hollow. Full Set of Funk (detail at right), is a recent sculpture over five feet long, made from a full set of encyclopedias." --wikipedia

(mound 3)


"Life never becomes a habit to me. It's always a marvel." -- K. Mansfield

Edited by - savory on 29 Apr 2009 06:15:26 AM
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blackLight
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Posted - 30 Apr 2009 :  10:33:01 PM  Show Profile  Visit blackLight's Homepage  Reply with Quote
savory - thanks for the book autopsies!

i also really dig the paper cuts


it's so much fun to look at both of their works.
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mystery2me
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Posted - 02 May 2009 :  12:23:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit mystery2me's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Phase II, time for creativity, this should keep me occupied for a while.

http://www.doityourself.com/stry/colordeclikeapro

http://www.stencil-library.com/

http://www.madstencilist.com/

http://www.naturesvignettes.com/Subpage.aspx?spv_id=610283&spt_id=3

http://www.theartistichouse.com/index.html

http://www.belvederearttile.com/art_tile_murals.php










Edited by - mystery2me on 03 May 2009 5:58:05 PM
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mystery2me
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Posted - 02 May 2009 :  1:43:45 PM  Show Profile  Visit mystery2me's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Beautiful graphic sets...

http://www.polyvore.com/falling_is_peaceful_but_landing/set?id=7985041
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skunk
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Posted - 02 May 2009 :  3:43:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit skunk's Homepage  Reply with Quote
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baba
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Posted - 03 May 2009 :  6:01:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit baba's Homepage  Reply with Quote
http://www.erwinolaf.com/

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3086/3181612665_dbc195f907.jpg?v=0
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mystery2me
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Posted - 03 May 2009 :  6:01:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit mystery2me's Homepage  Reply with Quote






http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVQ0Ye2Togs

Edited by - mystery2me on 03 May 2009 6:03:13 PM
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mystery2me
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Posted - 28 May 2009 :  07:49:52 AM  Show Profile  Visit mystery2me's Homepage  Reply with Quote





Edited by - mystery2me on 28 May 2009 08:48:58 AM
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maureen
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Posted - 28 May 2009 :  8:37:45 PM  Show Profile  Visit maureen's Homepage  Reply with Quote
@mystery2me

I can see no art in these things!

Where is the art?????

Edited by - maureen on 28 May 2009 8:54:15 PM
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mystery2me
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Posted - 28 May 2009 :  9:02:23 PM  Show Profile  Visit mystery2me's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Just use your imagination, Maureen. You'll fit right in.

Edited by - mystery2me on 28 May 2009 9:04:03 PM
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maureen
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Posted - 28 May 2009 :  9:23:27 PM  Show Profile  Visit maureen's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I can see art nearly everywhere, in nature, in the shadows that some object incidently casts, or in the stories hidden on the pavement, but not in those plastic items you posted!

Those are dead things, manufactured, completed items, they don't leave space for imagination, so please don't demand the right to call them art.
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mystery2me
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Posted - 28 May 2009 :  9:57:25 PM  Show Profile  Visit mystery2me's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Lol, you are 100% right they are not Art.
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