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« Reply #420 on: Jun 12th, 2012, 12:15am »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=lAPYa1FAkoM
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« Reply #421 on: Jun 17th, 2012, 6:16pm »

Errmm..

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« Reply #422 on: Jun 18th, 2012, 03:02am »

There is something about that video, that seems to set it apart from anything I have seen before and after. It has such...such...such character!
Great art piece Timeless, Thank you grin!
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« Reply #423 on: Jun 18th, 2012, 08:36am »

Yeah.. they may be
old and ugly,
young and beautiful
large or small
old and great
young and intelligent
young and fake
old and intelligent
stupid and old
young and stupid
beautiful and old
a dwarf or a giant
But whatever it is..
At least we know what it looks like
And I guess its got character if you don't set that bar too high.. grin
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« Reply #424 on: Jul 10th, 2012, 7:21pm »

Haha! Just saw this! That's what you do with all my words!?

I am waiting for the next one.

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« Reply #425 on: Jul 16th, 2012, 11:35pm »

@Reader..don't worry..I will pm you the next one smiley

Ya know..I have enjoyed the Art work and beautiful prose posted here from the beginning..
I often think of the neglected artists and people in the other camp who are no less lovers of the same art long long before the drone and Lap and ponder what influence over the years colored their lenses, which at time seem alien to us.
An unsung hero for the drones Onthefence, dispassionately and fearlessy demonstrates his love by creating his own masterpiece La Bohemia.. a modernist in the old tradtion going back over 60 years.
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What has this to do with les Drones?Maybe perspectives.POV if one stretches it to fit.
Surfaces can be decieving, as any esoteric thesophist will tell you.
Well..point taken..
The influence we know to be that of Wasili Kandinsky Comrades..late 19th-20th century Russian artis.The first true modernist painting with thie above themes of esoterica in mind..
we can see how the juxtapositoning of the art pieces to each other , the very shapes, seems to unintentionally predate the LAP art style itself, captured the heart and mind of OTF and who knows this is what draws him into both Kandinsky's and Isaacs world.
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Kandinsky was similarly influenced during this period by Richard Wagner's Lohengrin which, he felt, pushed the limits of music and melody beyond standard lyricism.[citation needed] He was also spiritually influenced by H. P. Blavatsky (1831–1891), the best-known exponent of theosophy. Theosophical theory postulates that creation is a geometrical progression, beginning with a single point. The creative aspect of the form is expressed by a descending series of circles, triangles and squares. Kandinsky's book Concerning the Spiritual In Art (1910) and Point and Line to Plane (1926) echoed this theosophical tenet. Illustrations by John Varley in Thought Forms (1901) influenced him visually.[3]

Small squares of colours and coloured bands stand out against the black background of Composition X as star fragments (or filaments), while enigmatic hieroglyphs with pastel tones cover a large maroon mass which seems to float in the upper-left corner of the canvas. In Kandinsky’s work some characteristics are obvious, while certain touches are more discrete and veiled; they reveal themselves only progressively to those who deepen their connection with his work[citation needed]. He intended his forms (which he subtly harmonized and placed) to resonate with the observer's soul.

Spinnewise the nice German lady at Paranormal institue remarked at the similarity and beauty. I could not agree more. I would say you were born for this project Well done OTF. smiley
Keep the Faith!



"We are not Asia and we are not Western Europe, we are just Russia.
We are just Russians, we have our own civilization, our alphabet, our language, we have everything our own."
"Мы не Азия и не Западная Европа, мы просто Россия. Мы не такие как они или вы. Мы просто русские,
у нас своя собственная цивилизация, свой алфавит, свой язык, у нас всё своё" From Art of Russia



And Salute Comrade Kandynski!


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« Reply #426 on: Jul 17th, 2012, 8:19pm »

He was an absolutist for the subjective certainly, and as far as drones..art, sound and color against a black canvas of the unknowable is the only bridge they have left standing..for communication and a reason for being ..

That is an interesting chart where is it from Klat?
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« Reply #427 on: Jul 23rd, 2012, 02:57am »

A collage of Junk..and snippets working an illusion..of ideas by simple men..building on the previous ideas far more greater men whose own ideas reached far more spaces than our drone will ever venture into
Fortunately..we have great men and women that can point us both inward and outward, without the need of the devices we have surrendered our souls to while calling it progress and "enlightenment..We share faster, but we share less...because we spend less time in the real world..you see and think know more..because the pieces of more of the same are hitting at you at a far higher velocity..more frequently..welcome to new relativity of the collapsing consciousness.

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« Reply #428 on: Sep 16th, 2012, 6:13pm »

correcting a disabled link to the Nature by Numbers ideo by Cristobal Villa

Rededicated to Norman Romanski who still follows
his dreams..
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« Reply #429 on: Sep 17th, 2012, 5:56pm »

A Drones Return to Homeworld
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« Reply #430 on: Dec 2nd, 2012, 04:34am »

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« Reply #431 on: Dec 3rd, 2012, 11:32pm »

Holy Toledo Beautiful Kaleidoscope on paper. I peeped the stats and its Mary Gaynier of Ohio, world class cutting. Nice.
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http://imagine-leviathan.blogspot.com/2012/11/as-today-goes-so-goes-dec-21-2012.html
But Levs work is very very nice..No one is closer to drone art than he.
Its evolved to some very unique work. There was mirroring in the drones, but that was just to save time. these honor it. embrace it..a craftsman like quality..no shortcuts in thesesmiley Looks like a lunar eclipse has an astrological look like the crab in cancer. Didnt you recall finding the Arabic symbols For God in the Graphics..remember those letters and artifacts. anyway.. There was a lot more than a lunch box. if you reached within. smiley
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« Reply #433 on: Dec 13th, 2012, 02:33am »

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Credit to where credit is due
http://imagine-leviathan.blogspot.com/
Wild wolves need the same room the Imagination does

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« Reply #434 on: Dec 19th, 2012, 9:12pm »

It's good to know old Levi's still watchin'. He must have got the whole UP banished or somethin', seein' as how he ain't been back.

Good art on that home page, Levi. Well done.
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