The way the artist has created this piece by identifying the individual shapes within an image blows me away. Because it is made up of the classic bright orange, black and white colours of a tiger I would have thought the piece would lose some of its realism however this hasn't been the case and the raw emotion of the tiger has remained captured. Maan Ali
Amorphous Technicolor Blobs That Appear to Ooze From Gallery Shelves by Dan Lam
hier krijg je een grappig contrast, want de bakstenen van de muur zijn hoekig en geometrisch, maar de vorm van de jongen is juist rond en organisch
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wyckoffwoodworks: “Stacked Oak”, 2007 By: ANDY GOLDSWORTHY….
I chose this piece to demonstrate my understanding of closure. The missing chunks of the three pieces of kiwi form a triangle in the middle. The way the kiwi's are placed and cut fills in the middle section for us to see a new figure.
Station Arnhem Centraal, Arnhem, Gelderland The Netherlands, by UNStudio & Arup & Bureau B+B.