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Miniature Calendar UpdateJapanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates... crss

Ard Hoksbergen - Veerkracht school, Slotermeerlaan 2019. Photos...

Ard Hoksbergen - Veerkracht school, Slotermeerlaan 2019. Photos © Milad Pallesh.

Wim Goes Architectuur - FH2.0 Multi-Family House, Flanders 2018....

Wim Goes Architectuur - FH2.0 Multi-Family House , Flanders 2018. Photos © Maxime Delvaux .

Wim Goes Architectuur - Blue house, Flanders 2018. Photos ©...

Wim Goes Architectuur - Blue house , Flanders 2018. Photos © Filip Dujardin , Wim Goes.

crossconnectmag: The Art and Science of Connor Bell Connor... crss

crossconnectmag : The Art and Science of Connor Bell Connor Bell  is a native of Novia Scota who moved to Montreal for big city culture.  He works as a programmer mainly in Unity and iOs.  He said that he realized that as he was getting his computer science degree that he wanted to apply what he was learning to art.  His elegant and beautiful motion creations are evidence of his success in doing that.  About this he said “ I have a lot of friends who are more traditional fine artists who I also learn a lot from in terms of artistic intent and meaning and have been slowly starting to apply that to my work “. It seems that there are a lot of creators like Connor Bell around these days who combine science and art.  I do not think it is too much of a stretch to compare what these artists/scientists do to someone like Leonardo da Vinci - someone was equally passionate about both science and art and in fact, saw them as basically the same thing. Posted by David   Mo

crossconnectmag: The Art and Science of Connor Bell Connor...

crossconnectmag : The Art and Science of Connor Bell Connor Bell  is a native of Novia Scota who moved to Montreal for big city culture.  He works as a programmer mainly in Unity and iOs.  He said that he realized that as he was getting his computer science degree that he wanted to apply what he was learning to art.  His elegant and beautiful motion creations are evidence of his success in doing that.  About this he said “ I have a lot of friends who are more traditional fine artists who I also learn a lot from in terms of artistic intent and meaning and have been slowly starting to apply that to my work “. It seems that there are a lot of creators like Connor Bell around these days who combine science and art.  I do not think it is too much of a stretch to compare what these artists/scientists do to someone like Leonardo da Vinci - someone was equally passionate about both science and art and in fact, saw them as basically the same thing. Posted by David   Mo