Thursday, July 30, 2015

The Milky way Over Yellow Stone

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Sometimes an artist can show you what the naked eye would miss. Kansas photographer David Lane spent four months photographing the Milky Way over Yellowstone Park, and the result is a stunning night-time rainbow.
Night photography always requires some technical know-how. One significant change that Lane made was adjusting airglow saturation. The night sky is never completely dark due to the faint emission of light by a planetary atmosphere; Lane increased its saturation by 10%. For certain photos he also combined up to 16 shots in order to get the image just right.
Some insight to what motives Lane can be found on his Facebook page’s comments. He writes, “Get away from the light drive out 20-30 miles out of town and look up on a clear dark night and you may see something that will forever change your life. This is what a galaxy looks like from the inside.”



Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Cloud prints on buildings to brighten the city streets

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I love street-art and the fact that one can discover art randomly out in the street. So after taking pictures OF the streets, I wanted to actually put the photos IN the streets and, this time, bring something uplifting to the people discovering the project. That’s how the { C/LOUD } project was born.
I decided to stick to this very simple concept, without other aesthetic or arty interference, to reinforce the universality of the message, and make it stronger despite its apparent simplicity. So I went to the countryside near Dijon in France famous for its amazing view and took loads of pictures of clouds. Then they were printed on paper or sticker and put on the walls for a temporary period.













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Monday, July 27, 2015

We Created A Bouquet Of Burning Roses

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“The Ash” was a simple idea, we dreamed about creating something we have never seen before, something which is impossible to see in the world we already know. It mays sound pretty odd, but one of the first thought which came to Peter’s mind, was a scored archetype of beauty – a figure which still retains its shape – just before a total collapse.
So we knew that this time there will be no space for any of 3D tools, we are used to on every day basis. We decided to create everything form a scratch, there would be anything “alive” in this project. Firstly, we used various of materials to built the shape of flowers. Then we painted and fully covered them with the material which looks like a volcanic ash. Then we finished it up with a real burning coal, and to fulfil the gaps between the roses, we decided to use a red light, which gave the feel of a glowing.
The second part was to take some photos of burning coal only, using the same perspective – it was easier afterwards, to digitally compose all the layers. As the final result was that we got a big and very detailed picture – which, to be honest, would take a much more time to achieve if we would use our regular 3D tool.
But what is more important, once again we assured ourselves that with patience, willingness, and a bunch of amazing people we are able to make our dream come true
More info: arsthanea.com








Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Polish Artist’s Collection Of Surreal Paintings And The Story Of His Life

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As the artist said: “What matters is what appears in your soul, not what your eyes see and what you can name”.
Below you will find interesting facts about life and art of Zdzisław Beksiński – one of the greatest Polish artists from decades – underrated in his country, but thankfully loved all over the world.





























 
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