You meet interesting people when you walk cross a new country.
I met a man from Argentina who was wearing the ugliest red sweater. He wore it every time that I saw him. He didn’t have much of a sense of style. He didn’t seem to care. He studied physics, back in his home country.
We met in Munich, but I took this picture of him in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum. It was the last day that I saw him in person.
We still talk from time to time.
The art of Paul Dobraszczyk explores responses to places and spaces, both real and imaginary.
via Places and Spaces, Imagined: The Art of Paul Dobraszczyk — Discover
You. Yes, you. You are a work of art. You are beautiful. You are the only part of this Universe capable of understanding itself. You are the only part of this Universe that is capable of creating beauty by sheer power of will. You are art. You are beauty. You are grace. You can become […]
via Work of Art — Cristian Mihai
As I’ve noted before, my primary reason for going to Burning Man is the art. The creativity involved goes on and on and can, at times, be mind-boggling. Over the past couple of months, I’ve provided examples, looking first at mutant vehicles and then at large-scale sculptures. Today, I am going to wrap up […]
via A Texas Bull Comes Out of the Ground; A Canadian Goose Is Created with 120,000 Pennies… The Art of Burning Man — Wandering through Time and Place
An artist and designer based in Chennai, India, Soo Nathan (aka Surya Vaidyanathan) drew a lovely doorway in Dublin, Ireland, as part of her 100 Days of Watercolor challenge.
via A Door in Dublin — Discover