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The first glass mirrors appeared at the very dawn of the Christian Era. However, people noticed the ability of some particular objects, such as polished stones or metal plates, to reflect other objects many and many thousands years ago. However, perhaps, the earliest mirrors known to people were those, created by Nature. The reflections, appearing on the water surfaces of the lakes and rivers have always attracted people’s attention, forming really exciting visual effects and creating some kind of a fine verge between a real world and its reflection.
The same masterpieces of reflection art can be found on the wet pavement of a busy night city or on the beach sand right after a wave moves back to the ocean. Actually, even a rain drop can reflect a huge universe around, when captured by a skillful photographer with a creative vision. We have collected some prominent examples of digital photography, illustrating reflection in its multiple forms and appearances. Visual effects, resulting from such reflection, really surprise and astonish and so does the variety of emotions and feelings, expressed by such reflections. Though the reflection object is nothing but a mirrored image of the live object, it often feels like the whole landscape and scenery changes or modifies with the presence of reflection. What is this? The fanciful yet true art of the Mother Nature or, maybe, it is just another evidence, proving the boundless capabilities of our own imagination?
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Three guys, three works, one subject, every week.
Because we’re off over the summer
we’ll show you previous artworks
not posted yet on DYT.
topic week 15: ”DAMN YES”
enjoy and stay hard!
The first mural in Orgosolo was built in 1969 by a group of anarchists in Milan, which were signed “Dionysus”. In 1975 Francesco Del Casino and his pupils at the school realized Orgosolo other murals, and later joined the contribution of other artists including the Orgosolo Pasquale Buesca. The murals typically deal with themes of history and politics. Currently there are over 150 murals which are now part of the image of the country.
Virtual journey through the streets of Orgosolo
Minimalistic and gorgeous torquing form 3D Printed by Shapeways.
And the rain is falling and i believe
My time has come
It reminds me of the pain
I might leave
Wait in the fire…
Jeff Buckley – Grace
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