I think that this artistic endeavor turned out nicely. But, what is it? That’s a good question. I would describe it as an organic structure of random metallic bands of different shapes and sizes, situated inside of a hollow sphere made of mirrors and reflecting various colored lights suspended in space. Alternatively, one might simply refer to it as abstract. Whatever the case, it’s cool and looks great on all sorts of fine products available in my shops at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels. Come see!!!
In my considered opinion, its absolutely true – imperfections are perfectly beautiful. Unique characteristics provide interest and greater beauty than that which is otherwise commonplace. Relative to this vintage glass macro photography, it’s the air bubbles, variations in thickness of glass, color and discolorations, pitted surface, etc., which make it especially appealing.
MANY GREAT GIFT GIVING IDEAS!!!
Tales of A Time Traveller
I set down on the mid-sized planet in the Alpha Centauri system, with dwindling fuel reserves and enough water to sustain me for only a few more days.
In the distance, my objective – the Sphere of Trevallon, an encased repository of ancient, inter galactic data. It also has 24-hour food service, Tang drinks, and an air hockey table, I’m told.
Now, if I could only get beyond this sea of corrosive, deadly acid…
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In many instances, art is in the imperfection of a design. Case in point, this image. Initially, I sought to create a layering of very clean lines following the contours of different shapes. Upon review, it wasn’t quite what I’d intended so I reversed course, deciding instead to make the image more rough.
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