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artchipel:

Silena Lambertini (Italy)

Silena Lambertini is a self-taught photographer based in Italy who creates amazing landscape photographs. With some post processing involved, the mystic light leaves a trail of the total silence.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Silena Lambertini | artist found at A Lifetime Photography]

giverick:

Too pretty not to repin. Fig Gorgonzola Tartines | Tartelette recipes-appetizers-dips-spreads-sauces http://tinyurl.com/l9pv2p3

giverick:

Too pretty not to repin. Fig Gorgonzola Tartines | Tartelette recipes-appetizers-dips-spreads-sauces http://tinyurl.com/l9pv2p3

laputa-castleinthesky:

Origami Street Art by Mademoiselle Maurice

French artist Mademoiselle Maurice (28) uses origami, lace, painting and embroidery to create artworks which may look naive at first sight, but actually they are deep, sensitive and connected with the events encountered during her daily life.

“These urban installations created with hundreds of foldings origami, grow up in the town with an important visibility thanks to their big size and their bright colors. This series was inspired to me after my year in Japan and after the events of the 2011 march 11, which induced the explosion of the nuclear plant of Fukushima when I was there. After this events and some readings, I decided to participate to the tribute for Sadako Sasaki, added to this my consideration for the Japanese people and all the victims of nuclear disasters.”

(Source: mademoisellemaurice.com)

archiemcphee:

For a public installation entitled Magic Carpets 2014, French artist Miguel Chevalier transformed the floor of the Sacré Coeur cathedral in Casablanca, Morocco into an interactive psychedelic light show choreographed to music by Michel Redolfi.

Visitors walk across a massive carpet of light that first appears as an unstable monochromatic display before giving way to vivid blocks and whorls of color. The trajectory of the kaleidoscopic shapes and colors changes in response to visitors’ footsteps.

Click here for video of the installation in action.

[via designboom]

archiemcphee:

There’s an awesome Easter egg hunt taking place right now throughout New York City. The Big Egg Hunt NY, hosted by Fabergé, is a three-week-long scavenger hunt for over 250 giant Easter egg sculptures, each sculpted and decorated by an amazing selection of artists, designers and architects.

Last month we featured Kevin Champeny’s beautiful paisley Sweet Pysanka egg. Other participants include Zaha Hadid, Tracey Emin, Ralph Lauren, Jeff Koons, Diane Von Furstenberg, Debbie Millman, Morphosis, Julian Schnabel, Debbie Millman, Martin Handford, Martha Stewart, Cynthia Rowley, Dain, Cost, Faust and many more.

The giant eggs have been hidden all over the city and scavenger hunt participants can download a free smartphone app which provides a map detailing the location of each egg and alerts the user when they’re getting close to one of the eggs. Participants also have the chance to win jewel-encrusted Fabergé pendants valued between $30,000 and $48,000. When the hunt ends the eggs will each be auctioned off for charity with proceeds benefitting Studio in a School and Elephant Family.

Click here for more photos of the Big Egg Hunt eggs.

[via designboom and Collab Cubed]

myampgoesto11:

Byoungho Kim: The Progression of Silence

2013
brass, piezo, signal wire, sound controller 
2,500(h)x200x200cm

Johnnie Walker House Seoul, Korea

My Amp Goes To 11Twitter | Instagram

What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.
– Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez (via psychotherapy)
He allowed himself to be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.
– ~ Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera (via lonequixote)

(via lonequixote)

artchipel:

Silena Lambertini (Italy)

Silena Lambertini is a self-taught photographer based in Italy who creates amazing landscape photographs. With some post processing involved, the mystic light leaves a trail of the total silence.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Silena Lambertini | artist found at A Lifetime Photography]

giverick:

Too pretty not to repin. Fig Gorgonzola Tartines | Tartelette recipes-appetizers-dips-spreads-sauces http://tinyurl.com/l9pv2p3

giverick:

Too pretty not to repin. Fig Gorgonzola Tartines | Tartelette recipes-appetizers-dips-spreads-sauces http://tinyurl.com/l9pv2p3

laputa-castleinthesky:

Origami Street Art by Mademoiselle Maurice

French artist Mademoiselle Maurice (28) uses origami, lace, painting and embroidery to create artworks which may look naive at first sight, but actually they are deep, sensitive and connected with the events encountered during her daily life.

“These urban installations created with hundreds of foldings origami, grow up in the town with an important visibility thanks to their big size and their bright colors. This series was inspired to me after my year in Japan and after the events of the 2011 march 11, which induced the explosion of the nuclear plant of Fukushima when I was there. After this events and some readings, I decided to participate to the tribute for Sadako Sasaki, added to this my consideration for the Japanese people and all the victims of nuclear disasters.”

(Source: mademoisellemaurice.com)

archiemcphee:

For a public installation entitled Magic Carpets 2014, French artist Miguel Chevalier transformed the floor of the Sacré Coeur cathedral in Casablanca, Morocco into an interactive psychedelic light show choreographed to music by Michel Redolfi.

Visitors walk across a massive carpet of light that first appears as an unstable monochromatic display before giving way to vivid blocks and whorls of color. The trajectory of the kaleidoscopic shapes and colors changes in response to visitors’ footsteps.

Click here for video of the installation in action.

[via designboom]

archiemcphee:

There’s an awesome Easter egg hunt taking place right now throughout New York City. The Big Egg Hunt NY, hosted by Fabergé, is a three-week-long scavenger hunt for over 250 giant Easter egg sculptures, each sculpted and decorated by an amazing selection of artists, designers and architects.

Last month we featured Kevin Champeny’s beautiful paisley Sweet Pysanka egg. Other participants include Zaha Hadid, Tracey Emin, Ralph Lauren, Jeff Koons, Diane Von Furstenberg, Debbie Millman, Morphosis, Julian Schnabel, Debbie Millman, Martin Handford, Martha Stewart, Cynthia Rowley, Dain, Cost, Faust and many more.

The giant eggs have been hidden all over the city and scavenger hunt participants can download a free smartphone app which provides a map detailing the location of each egg and alerts the user when they’re getting close to one of the eggs. Participants also have the chance to win jewel-encrusted Fabergé pendants valued between $30,000 and $48,000. When the hunt ends the eggs will each be auctioned off for charity with proceeds benefitting Studio in a School and Elephant Family.

Click here for more photos of the Big Egg Hunt eggs.

[via designboom and Collab Cubed]

myampgoesto11:

Byoungho Kim: The Progression of Silence

2013
brass, piezo, signal wire, sound controller 
2,500(h)x200x200cm

Johnnie Walker House Seoul, Korea

My Amp Goes To 11Twitter | Instagram

What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.
– Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez (via psychotherapy)
grupaok:

Gabriel García Márquez (March 6, 1927-April 17, 2014)

grupaok:

Gabriel García Márquez (March 6, 1927-April 17, 2014)

He allowed himself to be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.
– ~ Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera (via lonequixote)

(via lonequixote)

"What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it."
"He allowed himself to be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves."

About:

this blog is about 'resonance' - works I respond to one way or the other.

sometimes my posts are cherry-picked memorabilia, reverberating with deeper layers of my personal experiences, other times they just evoke fleeting sensations.

as a kid I used to pencil or cut-n-paste inspirational quotes and photos of "mana-filled" objects in notebooks.

a blog just makes it easier, neater and funnier to make a notebook with some of the stuff I stumble upon and share it with anyone who happens to "browse by"...

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