Monthly Archives: March 2010

Charis Tsevis | Dripbook Our fellow stumbler Charis Tsevis has a graphic design agency in Athens. His site is worth a look ( here ):it shows a remarquably inventive imagination, that can be poetic and humoristic, but always precise and pertinent. Charis Tsevis. … Continue reading

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Evelien Hiele Evelien Hiele is a young Belgian artist ( Poperinge, 1984 ), who paints enigmatic landscapes. One gets the impression that the scenes were discovered by an alien who later tried to reproduce them but without any clue to understand … Continue reading

Posted in Arts | Tagged , , | Leave a comment Johann Heinrich Fussli, Zurich 1799-GB 1801, ‘The Silence’ 1799-1801. A simple and very expressive figure by a painter who is usually prone to excited exuberance. Thank you, sparkerly!

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Paintings 1981-2009 – 2002 Philip Taaffe (New Jersey, 1955) paints abstract highly decorative images with repetitive objects ( snakes…) or forms. At first, it made me think of fractals; or oriental carpets, or turkish mosaics. I love his sumptuous colours. Mosaics from the … Continue reading

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3D Blue Mosque An exceptional visit of Istanbul’s Blue Mosque (1609-1616) as if you were looking around its balcony (“upper floor”). You can also download screensavers (click on Esc). Blue Mosque – 3D Virtual Tour photo: Sultanhamet Blue Mosque,

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