I absolutely love the paintings by Jung-Yeon Min, especially the first one here. What a marvelous way to depict the infinite pool of our imagination. This landscape of the headspace that can sculpt into everything. From the brightest glory to the darkest abyss and everything in between.
Fractals are a wonderful way of seeing infinity. Their beauty is only secondary after that lesson in perception.
Ben Tolman’s ink drawings reflect the fact that there is a subtle world we only perceive in non-ordinary states of consciousness.
I spent all my schooldays in this kind of architecture. But I was never taught about Anthroposophy. I wish to…
Traveling south, being outdoors and reading Hesse goes well together.
And I’m realizing again how deeply this man talks to me.
Franciszek Starowieyski liked to think of himself as a draftsman from the 17th century. The lushness of form and erotic exuberance is truly Baroque.
Richard Mosse‘s infrared photography makes you think about the very act of perception.
Thorgerson’s metaphorical language to me feels like as if Magritte would have been into photography instead of painting.
Pavel Tchelitchew clearly was a seer of the unseen, a true visionary artist.
Every day anew I am fascinated by the human form, my body. While looking at my trembling feet in a yoga pose, I wonder what this body is.
There is a small group of painters who are able to invoke nature’s serene magic. Isono is one of them and his love for the forest is very tangible.
The following manifesto is a testimony of an awakened youth movement realizing its power. Born from the European rave culture…
On these grounds, all perception is a gamble. A meta-level is always just around the corner, and Zawada’s hyperreal imagery is a vivid glimpse into an expanded perceptual bandwidth.
Asger Carlsen’s pictures make me think about my human form and its range of functions.
Thomas Shearer’s main focus is on agate and I spent hours browsing his vast collection. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Goudal makes no attempt to hide any evidence of fabrication, drawing attention to the artificial, man-made aspect of photography
It is rarely possible that an artist’s vision pierces me to the heart at first glance. Dutch artist Saskia Olde-Wolbers did so. Her clear as a bell vision is unmistakable and unique.
This 3D printing project is so extraordinary because of it’s self-sufficiency. It creates objects out of sun and sand. Of course it’s still in the early stages of development. But imagine what this could do in the future.
Roger Caillois’ involvement with stones isn’t so much on a scientific level, he more created a philosophy around the inner worlds of the stones.
Orgyan Chopel translates cryptic Buddhism into a simplified language of symbols, easier to understand and accept.