Abstract365 Project, The Story

Dark

The Photogram In the heyday of the European avant-garde, various artists, including Christian Schad, Man Ray, and László Moholy-Nagy, explored the idea of cameraless photography, placing objects directly onto photo-sensitive papers to create what were known as “photograms” (a term Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Art Project

In the morning of November 21th 2017 Lou had been busy. He added: “Abstract Photography Resigns Reality: Photography was born as a reliable way to capture reality. After its appearance, realistic painting seemed almost pointless and proceeded to explode into Read More

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Fly

“And falling’s just another way to fly.” (Emilie Autumn)   A glasswindbreakerwithcondensationandstickersof birdsthat fly.Behind itsomegardening stuffanda tarpaulinthatdid reflectthe sun.Somewill probablyfind itstrange,but Isimplylove itbecauseit couldalsobe anabstract paintingfromsomeunknownpainterora cavewithsomestalactiteshanging around. (Day 173/365)

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Crazy

“A question that sometimes drives me hazy:am I or are the others crazy?”(Albert Einstein)   Foundthis oneona copperevacuationtubeanddid likethe formula:Rust+ copper+ colors+ decayona sunny day. It’s pretty abstractandyou canalsoimaginethatsome artistdid paintit. Imagineyoucould seeitin anartgalleryora museum. Whatwouldyou say? (Day 172/365)

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Experiments

“Theories might inspire you,but experiments will advance you.”(Amit Kalantri)   I thoughtI couldstartsomeexperimentalart project. I tookabigstone,didput itina bucket,addedsomemetallic paintandadecentamountof wateranddidlet itfreezeall togetheroutsideover night. Whatyouseehereisthe result. Betterlook fast,becauseit’s melting! 😉 (Day 170/365)

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Magic

“We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all of the power we need inside ourselves already.” (J.K. Rowling)   One of my absolute favorites. Not only because of the colors, but because of the subject. Some Read More

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Artsy

Was driving around with a friend when I saw that house, completly covered with this artistic motif. Had to stop and to take a photo, because if this isn’t abstract I give up my search! 😉 (Day 160/365)

Abstract365 Project

Myth

“Real life is never quite as interesting as the story told afterward.” (Laurence Overmire)   I’m a big fan of colors. One of the reasons I did stop in front of this beautiful wall. Another one is, that I saw Read More

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Freestyle

Four days ago, I was challenged to participate in a “Black and White Challenge”. The rules are simple: seven days, seven black and white photgraphs out of your life. No people, no explanation.   (Day 154/365)

Abstract365 Project

Origami

“A master of origami said he tried to express with paper the joy of life, and the last thought before a man dies.” ―(Tor Udall)   From time to time you are surprised, when you find abstract art à l’air Read More

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Note

“Everything you can imagine is real.” (Pablo Picasso)   Another stone block and part of a wall covering. Could not go by without stopping, because I saw a fantastic mountain view, one dimensional of course. And I do think that, Read More

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Abstract

“Of all the arts, music is really the most abstract.” (Leo Ornstein)   Is a photography of an abstract artwork an abstract? And can it be considered as abstract photography? Or is it simply a photography of an abstract artwork? Read More

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Salted

“A poet can imagine an iceberg singing a melancholic song while the world leaders find it difficult to imagine a proper solution to global warming.” (Munia Khan)   When I saw this I did immediatly think about an iceberg, the Read More

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Untitled

“There is peace even in the storm” (Vincent van Gogh)   I love lampposts! They offer so many different subjects for abstracts. This one actually was abstract on its own. All I had to do, was to take a picture Read More

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Ink

“The pagesarestillblank,butthere isa miraculousfeelingofthe wordsbeingthere,written ininvisibleinkandclamoringto becomevisible”― (Vladimir Nabokov)   Probablynotmybestshot. The lightwas badandcame outa bitblur. But:I loveit! Notbecauseit isdecay,butbecauseof thefiligreeink liketracesthatdid appearunderthe decayedpaint. It isalmosta worldonits ownthatreminds meof someoldChinesepaintingsyoucan seein books. Donot askme ifit isabstract. For meit is. (Day Read More

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Sunset

“Never waste any amount of time doing anything important when there is a sunset outside that you should be sitting under!” ― (C. JoyBell C.)   I have to admit that I did not touch the colors on this one, Read More

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Le petit cheval

“Le petit cheval dans le mauvais temps, Qu’il avait donc du courage ! C’était un petit cheval blanc, Tous derrière tous derrière, C’était un petit cheval blanc, Tous derrière lui devant. Il n’y avait jamais de beau temps Dans ce Read More

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Freedom

“The only way to deal with anunfree world is to becomeso absolutely free that yourvery existence is an actof rebellion.”(Albert Camus)   Decayed stickers and painton a eletricity box. But what I seeis something else. I see a paintingof a Read More

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Dropped

“One of the greatest lessons we can learn in life is how to keep mute when the boiling ring of anger is dropped within us” ― Ikechukwu Izuakor   Another one of these days when you have two photograpgs you Read More

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Flower

“For millions of years flowers have been producing thorns. For millions of years sheep have been eating them all the same. And it’s not serious, trying to understand why flowers go to such trouble to produce thorns that are good Read More