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Félix Brassier, my mnemonic space & inspiration - My personnal and professionnal works

foundinspirationmovingforward:

Experimental zoetrope animator Jim Le Fevre created a clay pot that shows a beautiful handcrafted animation when spun at a certain speed. Jim used 19 ‘frames’ on the pot and pressed the floor lever of the pottery wheel to get it in perfect flowing motion.

Watch the video here!

Day Three Hundred Twenty Five - Island Castle

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Day Three Hundred Sixteen - Lonely Riders

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hahamagartconnect:

ACCIDENT SERIES BY ZEREN BADAR

Self-taught photographer Zeren Badar describes his latest photography project, Accident Series as “rich, conceptual, sensual and anti-formal” turning “pre-existing works of art into Duchampian ready-mades”. Indeed he is exploring his Dada influences with a peculiar combination of photography, painting & collage. These collages are made with found objects, covered in food, laced in strong shadows and layering effects to give a three dimensional sense to his work.

Badar hopes these copies of old masters paintings will evoke the viewers memory. The artist explains, “By using unexpected juxtapositions of objects, I try to create ambiguity and pull viewers attention deeper into my photographs.”

*Zeren Badar is a self-taught photographer who lives currently in NYC. He is originally from Turkey. He is obsessed with art. He enjoys long walks all around Manhattan and take long breaks at art shows.

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supersonicart:

Tim Doyle’s “UnReal Estate III.”

For the 3rd year in a row Spoke Art in San Francisco, California will be presenting Tim Doyle’s limited edition print series “UnReal Estate" which finds the artist illustrating classic pop culture locations from cult television.  The series has been a massive success for Tim as the past two shows have completely sold out.  UnReal Estate III features all brand new work and opens on Thursday, February 6th.  You can see more of Tim’s new work for the show below:

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aftonalmaraz:

A recent cold spell, caused by a polar vortex descending from the Arctic, caused the floes to form in the Hudson River. TOP: New Jersey waterfront.
BOTTOM: Lower Manhattan skyline.

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Day Three Hundred Sixteen - Lonely Riders

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