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2013-10-30

BEAUTIFUL "ZENTANGLE LADIES" BY BANAR

On Flickr i found these beautiful artworks, by Banar, californian artist formerly art director and graphic designer freelance, now owner of a studio which produces craft books.
These mysterious "ladies" with vintage flavor, are beautifully framed by wonderful "zentangle". Do you know what is a "zentangle"? Literally meaning "interweaving, doodles zen": is a  drawing technique with which you can create beautiful patterns. In this mix between art and vintage images and zentangle, the result is very glamorous and charming.
www.flickr.com/people/banar/
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2013-10-29

MICROSCOPIC PATTERNS AND TEXTURES INTO INFINITELY SMALL WORLD ON WEBSITE "WUNDERKANONE"

Today i present you this beautiful website: Wunderkanone - Exploring the Microscopic World.
The website is edited by Eckhard Voelcker, which publishes his beautiful pictures made ​​under the microscope. What about these amazing patterns and textures, imaginative and colorful, which are hidden in the infinitely small? Wonderful!
http://www.wunderkanone.de/

















2013-10-28

DELICATE PATTERNS INSPIRED BY LEAVES INTO ARTISTIC WORKS BY NICOLA MOSS

Nicola Moss is a talented visual artist born in 1968 in Melbourne, Australia. After studying painting and printmaking in Brisbane, since 2005 working as a free lance artist. Nicola, always inspired by the forms of vegetal life, with a particular fondness for leaves, produces beautiful works and installations with mixed media, cut paper, watercolors and acrylics, polymer resins. Her work, light and fresh, has very pleasant and with delicate textures.
http://www.nicolamoss.com.au/





















2013-10-27

The KIN'OPTIC PATTERNS WITH AMAZING OPTICAL EFFECTS OF MOVEMENT BY GIANNI SARCONE

Today i present these extraordinary patterns, designed by Gianni A. Sarcone, considered a leading authority on visual perception: with more than twenty years of experience, Gianni has written numerous books about optical illusions and logical and mathematic thinking.
Scientists have several theories on how our eyes and brain work together to create the illusion of movement, although the precise neural mechanisms remain unknown. Yet, what we know makes it possible for artists like Gianni designing visual jokes.
When we fix one particular of these patterns, is momentarily a residual image on our retinas. One theory holds that small involuntary eye movements bring this ghost to overlap with the image of the entire graphic. The result, called "moiré", gives the incredible impression that the patterns is moving.
Have fun!
http://smithsonian.com/sarcone
http://www.giannisarcone.com/galleries.html














2013-10-26

OVERTIME AND FUN CONVERSATIONAL PATTERNS BY HELEN DARDIK

Helen Dardik is an amazing illustrator and pattern designer who lives and works in Ottawa, Canada. Her style is unmistakable, thanks to her huge taste for color and composition, and her way of drawing objects, animals and people. Iconography definitely inherited from her Ukraine origins, modernized and made ​​it fun by her talent, specializing in "conversational" patterns.
On her blog "orangeyoulucky" and in her Pinterest profile you can see many interesting projects.
http://orangeyoulucky.blogspot.com/



























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