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Quoting John C. Lilly

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”The explanatory principle will save you from the fear of the unknown. I prefer the unknown…”

I call God ECCO. It’s much more satisfying to call it that. A lot of people accept this and they don’t know that they’re just talking about God. I finally found a God that was big enough. As the astronomer said to the Minister, My God’s astronomical. The Minister said, How can you relate to something so big? The astronomer said, Well, that isn’t the problem, your God’s too small! 

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Cosmic Love is absolutely Ruthless and Highly Indifferent: it teaches its lessons whether you like/dislike them or not. 

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In the province of the mind what one believes to be true, either is true or becomes true within certain limits. These limits are to be found experimentally and experientially. When so found these limits turn out to be further beliefs to be transcended. In the province of the mind there are no limits. 

YEAH!

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Arch Photography \\ Angle shaft Carpe Diem

from staircases to further twirling worlds -

you enter Palladio’s Dream..

..trying to find an exit through the stairs towards Wonderland.

VISUAL

LABYRINTH

BELOW

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Pash.Mohandes style

in search of the perfect pattern [basicz]

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~fibonatchi series relation to nature~~

Nature’s Wonderful Design

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close enough..??

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Inspiration \\ NYC skyline drawn from memory

Stephen Wiltshire has the amazing talent of drawing city skylines from memory. Having spent only a few hours in a helicopter flying from Brooklyn to the tip of Manhattan, he memorized the city skyline and headed back to a studio, where he spent the next 3 days sketching the skyline.

After spending the early years of his life as a mute London-born Stephen found his voice through drawing. Later diagnosed with autism, drawing began to be the way he communicated with the world. At age nine he began to speak and his art continued to flourish. 

Using his drawing’s to help him learn and encouraged by his family, Stephen created a series of 26 coded pictures to help him speak, all of which corresponded to a letter in the alphabet. He uses only graphic pens as he commits his photographic memory to the high-grade paper.

“ Do the best you can and never stop. Until every detail is perfect, we will not rest. ”

The panoramic drawing will be featured on a billboard that will be displayed at JFK airport terminal. Wiltshire’s New York panorama will complete his collection of nine works depicting some of the world’s most iconic cities — London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Rome, Madrid, Frankfurt, Dubai, and Jerusalem.

Well done.

source : HUMBLE TV

Einstein’s God

”The problem involved is too vast for our limited minds. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesn’t know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God. We see the universe marvelously arranged and obeying certain laws but only dimly understand these laws.”

gist out of it?

History of Naturally Occuring Fractals

back.in.the.day style for now

- following Fractal Geometry \\ Naturally Occuring Fractals -

feeling the way. adjusting the moment . forwarding the power

Kösseine Creek – Dark Water

Skeidarársander, Iceland – Milky Mainders

Waitaku, New Zealand – Champagne Pools

Bay of Ghoubbet Djibouti -Tears

Photo © Bernhard Edmaier

Innate Rythms \\ Dan Witz

- nice one by Dan Witz

focused on busy nightscapes and crowd scenes -

mixed media painted onto canvas

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Midnight lucid reconceptualisations_Da Grimshaah’

Hello Europez, hello Germany.

We are coming for you. Late night aggro style back from the day…

This weekend we were in the private bidding for the London Design Museum with our beloved Zaha and mi boy Grimshaah’You know..one more iconic producer of culture who has given us yet another masterpiece…lolz

Whaaa???is this a boat.???

No this is a undercover building u vlaka.

But no seriously…u should all take a few moments here and realize that its all in how you sell a concept…aint that right Grimshaaaahh?

 

 

 

Optical Aberrations by Jim Kazanjian

yo. its nice to appreciate people’s inspiration even more if it is transplanted into really nice work — a seriously considered example is Jim, who just uses random photographs to create a form of nonexistent space furthermore connecting the dots in his own way in order to form a photograph .. hmm .. another thing that must be stated is his no-relation with the ‘taking a photo’ process- which makes the uniqueness on what he creates even more special –

- to get more in his boots -

”My current body of work is inspired in large part by the literature of H.P. Lovecraft and other ‘weird’ fiction writers. I am intrigued with the narrative archetypes they utilize to de-familiarize the familiar. I like to use those devices as a foundation to build upon and generate entry points for my images.”

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Marta Penter \\ Shared Intimacy

 as a psychologist-turned-painter, based in Brazil, the artist is playing mind games using basically watercolors and oils on canvas. We choose her for her nice point of view on the bottom angled paintings ;)

“When you have a large image, it causes you to become a part of the painting much quicker than if it were to be smaller.” she stated

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