chutaicho: Jules OlitskiThe Abbas Palace. Acrylic on canvas, 99 x 80 in. (251.5 x 203.2 cm.)
Isis Ardor (1962) Artist: Jules Olitski, His three colors, interacting with small portions of bare canvas, sit so tenuously in the canvas that it almost appears as if they are struggling to resist one another, and with few exceptions they succeed.
Helen Frankenthaler Ok. Nice color scheme I admit, but it really looks like a poopy diaper hanging up to me.... Maybe it is just me.
primary colors art by Jules Olitski - Cleopatra Flesh (1962)
Desen çizmek, nesne üzerinde gözle düşünmektir. Doğru bir çizim için, önce perspektif bilgisi ardınd...
not this cabinet but this style of cabinet for the built-ins in the kitchen. get the caning/mesh.
Japanese design studio A.P.Works playfully mimics the imagery of Albert Einstein's space-time fabric theory with this mind-bending placemat. By warping the grid pattern, the trick mat creates the illusion that the plate and silverware are weighing down the placemat's seemingly elastic surface, in the same way that planets and stars distort the plane of space-time…