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Politics was good a hundred years ago. Today, politicians have no ability to solve any problems because they are not students of behavior. They are not students of agriculture, oceanography, they know nothing about the factors that operate the world. So, they say things that people like to hear. And that gets them elected. Now scientists on the other hand are not concerned with public approval. What they do, even if everybody on earth believe the earth was flat, they would say: ‘You’re wrong, this is the evidence we have to support the fact that the earth is round’ but they don’t say: ‘it’s a little round and a little flat’ – that’s politicians.” ~ Jacque Fresco Read the rest of this page »

Mars Close-Up. By Kees Veenenbos

Dutch artist Kees Veenenbos is one of the leading digital artist who creates amazing renderings of space and planetary landscapes. His work has been featured in National geographic on numerous occasions, as well as being used in several NASA’s projects. In fact, majority of his Mars digital elevation models have been used by NASA depicing beautiful images of Mars, including creative concept renderings with water and ice present on the Martian surface.   Read the rest of this page »

Cityscapes ART by Jeremy Mann

San Francisco-based artist Jeremy Mann lives and works in San Francisco where he executes these sublime, moody cityscapes using oil paints. To create each work he relies on a wide range of techniques including surface staining, the use of solvents to wipe away paint, and the application of broad, gritty marks with an ink brayer. The resulting paintings are dark and atmospheric, urban streets seemingly drenched in rain and mystery. Mann’s work is in no way limited to cityscapes, he also paints the human figurestill lifes, and landscapes. He currently has work at John Pence Gallery Read the rest of this page »

Awesome B&W Photography by Oleg Milyutin

This guy makes amazing B&W captures in so unique way and in many ways it became his personal seal. He captures the essence of common urban life and in his own way makes the point of the story. If You saw just one of his incredible good shots, I believe You could recognize his work for all others as well. All of his work are so similar but yet each one tells a story on its own. I always liked black and white photography and Oleg Milyutin with all of his creativity, makes it looks like multi-dimensional hyper space in some special and so unique approach. Definitely MUST SEE and worth for sharing. Read the rest of this page »

Conceptual Madness 2 by Lejla Buzinkic

Few months ago I promised another post in Conceptual Style by Lejla Buzinkic and here we are! Conceptual Madness 2 is another set of few, carefully chosen photographs, among many of so cool work and all made by this talented girl. A retrospective of my previous post and definitely a proof that Art can be so provocative, so edgy, but still connect so different cultures and permanently remove the bounders I hate so much. Its really a BIG motif for myself and one of the steps into Utopia I want for everyone. Thank You Lejla! Read the rest of this page »

Double Sunset. My Way

Few years ago I watched some science documentary about binary – double planet system and I was totally thrilled by the animation  and delighted with some new information I didn’t know before. In astronomy, double planet and binary planet are informal terms used to describe a binary system where both objects are of planetary mass. Though not an official classification, the European Space Agency has referred to the Earth–Moon system as a double planet. The IAU General Assembly in August 2006 considered a proposal that Pluto and Charon be reclassified as a double planet, but the proposal was abandoned. Read the rest of this page »

NZ Electrical Storm, Christchurch. Photos

Thursday, September 6, 2012 7:26pm PDT

Folks in Christchurch, New Zealand, must still be talking about this week’s spectacular electrical storm, described by one meteorologist as a once-in-10-years event, producing severe hailstorms and hundreds of lightning strikes that set the twilight aglow. It was a dream night for weather photographers and Aaron Campbell made the most of the event, capturing a series of stunning images that look almost unreal.

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Architect Of Emotion. Sanda Vitorovic Photography

Ansel Adamas said once: “You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”  This is the exact words I would describe Sanda Vitorovic‘s amazing captures. A pictures speaks a thousands words and when you look at Sanda’s, its more likely you found two thousands. This post is just a preview of some awesome snapshots about environment and motion, made by An architect who has fallen in love with photography. Read the rest of this page »