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Digital art by Annibale Siconolfi a.k.a....

Installations by Jenny SabinJenny Sabin creates amazing...

Installations by Jenny Sabin Jenny Sabin creates amazing installations that are moving architecture in a new direction.  On her website she describes her work as: investigating the intersections of architecture and science while applying insights from biology and mathematics to design of material structures. See more of Jenny Sabin’s work on Instagram .  Thanks MOMA . Art moves the world forward - see more on Instagram , Twitter and Facebook . Posted by Lisa .

Installations by Jenny SabinJenny Sabin creates amazing... crss

Installations by Jenny Sabin Jenny Sabin creates amazing installations that are moving architecture in a new direction.  On her website she describes her work as: investigating the intersections of architecture and science while applying insights from biology and mathematics to design of material structures. See more of Jenny Sabin’s work on Instagram .  Thanks MOMA . Art moves the world forward - see more on Instagram , Twitter and Facebook . Posted by Lisa . crss

abandoned-playgrounds: Camelot Theme Park - Now abandoned,...

abandoned-playgrounds : Camelot Theme Park - Now abandoned, Camelot was opened in 1983 and operated seasonally until 2012. It is owned by The Story Group and was operated by Knights Leisure Limited. Camelot resided on 140+ acres and had 26 attractions, 2 which were water rides and 5 that were roller coasters. The theme of the park was of the legendary Camelot castle and court of King Arthur.  Unfortunately, bad things happened at the park including an employee getting struck and killed by The Gauntlet roller coaster in 2001. The park was fined after this because it had no written safety procedures for its staff. Then in 2004, a boy was hit by a bus in the Camelot parking lot, and killed. Finally in 2011, a 12 year old boy fell from the Excalibur 2 ride, thankfully he survived. More —>  http://ift.tt/2u6FPYe Back in the day.Wow.

How I Become Creative by Spending 10 Minutes a Day to Exercise My Brain Muscle

I still remember that time when I was around the age of 6, I drew a picture about me and my parents during art class. That was my first class and I could draw anything but I really wanted to draw my family and so I did. My other classmates drew something different, some drew animals, some drew ugly aliens, some drew pretty princesses. My teacher came to me and said, “Brian, you can be more creative next time.” And that moment I thought, maybe I really wasn’t a creative person, and I thought maybe creativity was inborn. During my early childhood, I really thought I couldn’t be more creative, until I read a book called  It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be by Patrick O’Neill. I figured that as long as I wanted to be more creative, I could train myself to be a creative person. So I started to research for more tips and tricks on becoming more creative. There is a popular exercise in Improv Comedy called “Yes and”. [1] When one person comes up with a fairly simple i

Anamorphose by  Georges Rousse Georges Rousse (born in 1947 in... crss

Anamorphose by   Georges Rousse Georges Rousse (born in 1947 in Paris) is a world-renowned French artist and photographer, currently living and working in Paris. After George discovered Land Art, he began making installations in the types of abandoned or derelict buildings that have long held an attraction for him, creating ephemeral, one-of-a-kind artworks by transforming these sites into pictorial spaces that are visible only in his photographs. Collapsing the usual restrictions between artistic mediums, his unique body of work quickly made its mark on the contemporary art world. Follow him on Facebook . Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page. posted by tu recepcja crss

Anamorphose by  Georges Rousse Georges Rousse (born in 1947 in...

Anamorphose by   Georges Rousse Georges Rousse (born in 1947 in Paris) is a world-renowned French artist and photographer, currently living and working in Paris. After George discovered Land Art, he began making installations in the types of abandoned or derelict buildings that have long held an attraction for him, creating ephemeral, one-of-a-kind artworks by transforming these sites into pictorial spaces that are visible only in his photographs. Collapsing the usual restrictions between artistic mediums, his unique body of work quickly made its mark on the contemporary art world. Follow him on Facebook . Tired of searching all over for art?  Look no further than our Facebook page. posted by tu recepcja