Posted on January 12, 2014
Linear Time or the First Face of Time.
Of the many crossroads, we are certain of our physical knowledge that time runs continuous, like a path (undefined) moving us from beginning to end.
Posted on January 10, 2014
My previous blog referred to the four Faces of Time, well here is a fifth face, following the principle that a river not only has two shores but three according to the teachings of the wise man of the Upper Amazon: The Three Halves of Ino Moxo.
In future blogs I intend to represent the various other faces (phases) of Time
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Posted on December 12, 2013
Category: Architecture, Art, Cityscapes, Design, Greenwich, HDR, History, London, Photography Tagged: architecture, Art, Black and white photography, colour, dark, design, dreams, HDR, illustration, imagination, layers an masks, light, luz, photo manipulation, photograph, photography, surreal
Posted on November 5, 2013
Category: Architecture, Art, Gallery, History, landscapes, Latin America, Photography Tagged: Art, Black & white, Black and white photography, blanco y negro, design, dreams, imagination, La Paz, landscape, Latin American literature, light, Montage, obscuro, photograph, photography, surreal
Posted on October 22, 2013
I liked this statue for its comical eccentricity, including the dog turd he is steping on
Posted on September 24, 2013
The fiery skies, water, dark and deep, and suspended in Air a symbol of a DNA strand in the three-dimensional Möbius triangle , each cube reflecting the whole , each triangle being the whole: Air, Water and Fire, for some the basic elements of creation.
Posted on September 18, 2013
As part of my present job at Henry Sotheran Ltd, the longest established antiquarian booksellers in the world (York 1761), I get to design the catalogues. In this particular occasion we had a beautiful collection of engraved books of Wagner’s operas for the Performing Arts catalogue. A colleague as a challenge said: I dare you include Wagner and the Beatles as a cover design.
I came up with the above design: Siegfried and the iconic representation of the Beatles by Richard Avedon in the form of a postcard.