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Kommunales Kino Esslingen: BILDERGALERIE

Kommunales Kino Esslingen: BILDERGALERIE

Neon Scribbles by Jung Lee // "Like the loop-de-loop scribbles of a child, artist Jung Lee  (previously ) constructed a series of neon light sculptures that were installed and photographed against cinematic landscapes as part of her series titled “No More “. "  Jung Lee was born in 1972 and currently lives and works in Seoul, Korea.  She received her M.A. in Photography from the Royal College of Art, UK and her B.A. with honors in Photography from Kent Institute of Art & Design, UK.  She…

Neon Scribbles by Jung Lee

Abstract Neon Light Installations Photographed by Jung Lee No more, From the Series ‘No More’, C-type Print, 2016

Slanted Magazine #16 – Bold/Light  Slanted #16 – Bold/Light is contrast. The new issue deals with the loud and the silent, the eye-catching and the inconspicuous.     BOLD is the opposite of despondent. In typography it is a popular method of accentuation. LIGHT is the opposite of noisy and bigmouthed. For this theme of contrasts we initially had more loud and bold fonts, works and pictures in mind than quiet, restrained ones. We are impressed of a time – striking and epic in its occurrences…

Exploring the differences between the concepts of bold and light, Slanted shows us that light is bold and it’s bold to be light.

Poetic Neon Installations by Jung Lee – Fubiz Media

Poetic Neon Installations by Jung Lee

Abstract Neon Light Installations Photographed by Jung Lee Still Dreaming, From the Series ‘No More’, C-type Print, 2016

The Serendipitous Clouds and Faux Reflections of Photographer Kanghee Kim

The Serendipitous Clouds and Faux Reflections of Photographer Kanghee Kim

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Hideo Kobayashi — but does it float

Beautiful Scientific Paintings of Landscapes & Seascapes

Oliver Jeffers original art: Fathom Seascape no.

Brain images display the beauty and complexity of consciousness - Neuroscientist-turned-artist Greg Dunn created these amazing images by turning information about how the brain processes information into etched pieces of art

Brain images display the beauty and complexity of consciousness - Neuroscientist-turned-artist Greg Dunn created these amazing images by turning information about how the brain processes information into etched pieces of art

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Endless stars serve as a majestic backdrop for a lonely airplane. "The Abandoned World" by MikkoLagerstedt (Photography Mikko Lagerstedt):.

I heard you guys like a paper airplane which can actually fly

I heard you guys like a paper airplane which can actually fly

I heard you guys like a paper airplane which can actually fly -

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