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Inspiration
thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION
Alphabet of Things, 1964 by photographer Czech born Běla Kolářová (1923–2010). Based on her belief that it was impossible to photograph the real world accurately, Kolářová invented her own method of depicting the reality called the ‘artificial negative’. Creation of ‘artificial negatives’ involves pressing small objects into paraffin layers on pieces of cellophane. Her work centered around the theme of feminine and domestic life rooted in the context of the Cold War and exile.

thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION

Alphabet of Things, 1964 by photographer Czech born Běla Kolářová (1923–2010). Based on her belief that it was impossible to photograph the real world accurately, Kolářová invented her own method of depicting the reality called the ‘artificial negative’. Creation of ‘artificial negatives’ involves pressing small objects into paraffin layers on pieces of cellophane. Her work centered around the theme of feminine and domestic life rooted in the context of the Cold War and exile.


Jake & Dinos Chapman - One Day You Will No Longer Be Loved I (2008)
Oil on found painting

Jake & Dinos Chapman - One Day You Will No Longer Be Loved I (2008)

Oil on found painting

(Source : v3l3nomortale, via cavetocanvas)

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Entanglement

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Entanglement

Ilya Postnikov

The Minimalist, Christopher Domakis