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Rodarte F/W 2008

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Rodarte F/W 2008

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DO YOU SEE IT NOW?

i think i just wasted about half an hour of my life staring at this.

It switches sides when you look at it using the left and right sides of your brain.

Wut.

my brain hurts

Best thing I’ve ever seen. Hands down

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wakemeup-harry:

theuntoldstoryofmylife:

18thfloor-balcony:

hereiamwithoutyouu:

DO YOU SEE IT NOW?

i think i just wasted about half an hour of my life staring at this.

It switches sides when you look at it using the left and right sides of your brain.

Wut.

my brain hurts

Best thing I’ve ever seen. Hands down

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dailyartspace:

Quattro Stagioni: Autunno, 1993-95 by Cy Twombly
From the Tate Gallery:

Autunno, or autumn, represents the third season of the year. The idea for the cycle began with this season, inspired by the wine harvest in Bassano in Teverina. Appropriately for the season, the colours in this painting are the richest in the group. The title is painted in irregular, dripping brown capitals near the top of the painting. Patches of deep greens, reds and browns blend with smears of dark blue, violet and yellow. On the left, stalks tipped with berries drawn with dark crayon emerge from clusters of muddy brown paint smeared with the artist’s finger tips. Placed in a vertical line above a thickly painted green area, the clusters of brown paint and their long drips form a dark margin on the side of the painting. Other finger smears and prints in red and green appear near a central formation of mixed, smeared colours. Near this, round patches of red extend towards the right with long, horizontal projections, echoing the direction of the stalks and suggesting movement. This appearance of sideways movement across the canvas dramatically counterbalances the sense of verticality created by the long drips. White paint, used to cover marks and text, has been applied more sparingly than in other paintings in the cycle. The words ‘your blood’ may be distinguished, half concealed by streaks and dribbles. Other text is too fragmented to be legible.

Submitted by special guest blogger Alie Cline of Cave to Canvas

dailyartspace:

Quattro Stagioni: Autunno, 1993-95 by Cy Twombly

From the Tate Gallery:

Autunno, or autumn, represents the third season of the year. The idea for the cycle began with this season, inspired by the wine harvest in Bassano in Teverina. Appropriately for the season, the colours in this painting are the richest in the group. The title is painted in irregular, dripping brown capitals near the top of the painting. Patches of deep greens, reds and browns blend with smears of dark blue, violet and yellow. On the left, stalks tipped with berries drawn with dark crayon emerge from clusters of muddy brown paint smeared with the artist’s finger tips. Placed in a vertical line above a thickly painted green area, the clusters of brown paint and their long drips form a dark margin on the side of the painting. Other finger smears and prints in red and green appear near a central formation of mixed, smeared colours. Near this, round patches of red extend towards the right with long, horizontal projections, echoing the direction of the stalks and suggesting movement. This appearance of sideways movement across the canvas dramatically counterbalances the sense of verticality created by the long drips. White paint, used to cover marks and text, has been applied more sparingly than in other paintings in the cycle. The words ‘your blood’ may be distinguished, half concealed by streaks and dribbles. Other text is too fragmented to be legible.

Submitted by special guest blogger Alie Cline of Cave to Canvas

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