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Kate Powell

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Kate Powell

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Swoon’s immersive installation “Submerged Motherlands” is now on view at the Brooklyn Museum. Take a look at her new work on Hi-Fructose.

Swoon lives near me in pittsburgh and it’s always a treat to see her art on the street.

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Glory POP by Alberto Seveso

(Sunflower Oil, Biodegradable Inks, Water and Photoshop)

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off-topic but funny thing i had to make today. :)

off-topic but funny thing i had to make today. :)

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forget a #selfie, here’s a #shelfie!Naked Geometry crucial book list: the list is hardly complete, add some!  Geometry from the Wooden Books series:  “Sacred Geometry” “Ruler & Compass” “Islamic Design” “Curves” “Useful Formulae” “The Golden Section” “LI: Dynamic Form in Nature” “Perspective & Other Optical Illusions” Geometry from Keith Critchlow: “Islamic Geometry: A Cosmological Approach” “The Hidden Geometry of Flowers” “Order In Space” Geometry from other sources:  “Drawing Geometry” by Jon Allen “MC Escher: Complete Works” by Abradale “Fivefold Symmetry” by István Hargatti “Fractals, Chaos & Power Laws” by Manfred Schroeder Other great books I keep around:  “The Sufis” by Idries Shah “Man of Light” by Henry Corbin Black Fez Manifesto” by Hakim Bey  “The Miracle of Trees” by Olavi Huikari “Elements of Music” by Jason Martineau “Labyrinths” by Jorge Luis Borges “Recipes for Disaster” by CrimethInc. “The Alchemist’s Kitchen” by Guy Ogilvy  “Tao te Ching” translated by Brian Browne Walker

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Naked Geometry crucial book list:
the list is hardly complete, add some!

Geometry from the Wooden Books series:

“Sacred Geometry”
“Ruler & Compass”
“Islamic Design”
“Curves”
“Useful Formulae”
“The Golden Section”
“LI: Dynamic Form in Nature”
“Perspective & Other Optical Illusions”

Geometry from Keith Critchlow:

“Islamic Geometry: A Cosmological Approach”
“The Hidden Geometry of Flowers”
“Order In Space”

Geometry from other sources:

“Drawing Geometry” by Jon Allen
“MC Escher: Complete Works” by Abradale
“Fivefold Symmetry” by István Hargatti
“Fractals, Chaos & Power Laws” by Manfred Schroeder

Other great books I keep around:

“The Sufis” by Idries Shah
“Man of Light” by Henry Corbin
Black Fez Manifesto” by Hakim Bey
“The Miracle of Trees” by Olavi Huikari
“Elements of Music” by Jason Martineau
“Labyrinths” by Jorge Luis Borges
“Recipes for Disaster” by CrimethInc.
“The Alchemist’s Kitchen” by Guy Ogilvy
“Tao te Ching” translated by Brian Browne Walker

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adorable standing tree fractal by naked geometry  $23 here. 

adorable standing tree fractal by naked geometry  $23 here

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noonesnemesis:

Bird and Flower II
Itō Jakuchū
1770

noonesnemesis:

Bird and Flower II

Itō Jakuchū

1770

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Herbert Bayer - Isometric drawing of Walter Gropius’s study in the Weimar Bauhaus (1923)

an-overwhelming-question:

Herbert Bayer - Isometric drawing of Walter Gropius’s study in the Weimar Bauhaus (1923)

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