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Valence by Andy Gilmore

Valence by Andy Gilmore

Jason Schulman - Long Exposure Photograph of the movie Duel (1971)

Jason Shulman: Photographs of Films

Jason Schulman - Long Exposure Photograph of the movie Duel (1971)

Exhibitions • - Emma Kunz Zentrum

Exhibitions • - Emma Kunz Zentrum

ross lovegrove: future primitivism / instinctive overide via designboom

ross lovegrove: future primitivism / instinctive overide via designboom

Diese Hypnose CD führt Dich in einen angenehm entspannten, inneren Zustand. Ich glaube, es ist eine Art von „Verbindungsstecker“ hinüber in ...

♥ Deine Sonne von innen. ♥ Tanke Dich voll mit Deinem inneren Licht. ♥ Übung des goldenen Lichts

Diese Hypnose CD führt Dich in einen angenehm entspannten, inneren Zustand. Ich glaube, es ist eine Art von „Verbindungsstecker“ hinüber in ...

primitiveworld

primitiveworld

http://toolkit.telegraph.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/sparkSite.jpg

http://toolkit.telegraph.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/sparkSite.jpg

// Andy Gilmore

// Andy Gilmore

zenbullets - generative art, algorithmic design, creative code

zenbullets - generative art, algorithmic design, creative code

07-19-2011 - andy gilmore

07-19-2011 - andy gilmore

Minds Were Made For Blowing | Andy Gilmore

Minds Were Made For Blowing | Andy Gilmore

Muster

Muster

Geometrical Designs by Andy Gilmore | Downgraf.com via PinCG.com

Geometrical Designs by Andy Gilmore

Geometrical Designs by Andy Gilmore | Downgraf.com via PinCG.com

[Elements, Jeff Chyatte] Sculpture inspired by Buckminster Fuller & his studies on Platonic solids, the icosahedron combined with Euclid's Golden Ratio 1 to 1.618 (represented by the Greek letter Phi). Proportions were used by great artists & architects throughout the Renaissance in the form of the Golden Rectangle. We see it in the Parthenon & Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Painted High Carbon Steel & Concrete.

[Elements, Jeff Chyatte] Sculpture inspired by Buckminster Fuller & his studies on Platonic solids, the icosahedron combined with Euclid's Golden Ratio 1 to 1.618 (represented by the Greek letter Phi). Proportions were used by great artists & architects throughout the Renaissance in the form of the Golden Rectangle. We see it in the Parthenon & Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Painted High Carbon Steel & Concrete.

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Yves Klein Blue Collection

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