Photographer Marcel Christ captures colorful explosions of smoke in his “Pario” series.
On the whole, art should not be explained; it must be experienced. But by means of words it is possible to help others to experience it…
Steen Eiler Rasmussen, Experiencing Architecture (MIT Press, 1964). (via caravaggista)
Anonymous said: Return of music anon; I discovered this spoken word band today. It's called listener. Try seatbelt hands or wooden heart as an introduction.
Woot woot, your back! How’ve you been? I’m currently on my lunch break but I’ll most certainly look into them after work~
Check out Adam Lupton on Saatchi Art
Vancouver based artist Adam Lupton’s broad and wide-ranging interests provides the root of his visually artistic ideation. Having a keen interest in sociology and psychology, he combines his passion for popular culture, typography, philosophy, science/religion, and society to form the basis of his descriptive works. Lupton’s gaze revolves around contemporary culture and the nuances that ‘modern’ life brings. Lupton’s design work balances on the idea of effective communication and purposeful aesthetics, and that from the ground up everything should be started with a solid concept. Lupton’s processes lean heavily towards idea generation and conceptualization: things start out through the hand, ideas converge and diverge, and the outcome is more than what it is – it creates an experience for the user, a connection. His diverse background gives him the ability to straddle and draw upon the two slightly neurotic worlds of visual art and design.
Anonymous said: Dear fabulous music Anon.
Ahah Dear fabulous (and oh so humble) music Anon,
What a precious thing to sprinkle over onto someone’s blog. :) Thank you. I enjoy your recommendations and our little chats. You know where to find me if you care to share anymore. Stay fabulous~
Anonymous said: Dear person I hate.
Dear person I hate,
I forgive you. You scarred me, but I’ve overcome it now. I’d say I never want to cross paths with you again, but I probably won’t even notice you if we do.