Sunday, January 03, 2010

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34 comments:

Belarusachka said...

Oh,very nice:)
I like the colours and multi-level shapes.

Jenna said...

beautiful!

http://thejennaelle.blogspot.com/

Roberto Urbano said...

despues de tanto tiempo hay seres que se les toma cariño......aqui otro de aquellos monstruos con los que nos encariñamos.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIGvCdrS-SQ

Adam I Zucker said...

I really really love the first image...Very well composed. And I love animals as subjects in art.

baby crib said...

I like the shapes and the colors that you put in the deer's horns.

Christopher van Buren said...

Lovely combination!
The contrast between the beauty of nature and these abstract shapes makes the picture.

Layers&Swathes said...

This is gorgeous!

http://layersandswathes.wordpress.com

Romeyke said...

Hi,....from time to time I am a visitor of your blog.Its interesting- and I feel some poetry,humoristic views of live. And I think,there is a mystery in your work-that is great !

portrait said...

I want to know, how you get that picture? did you capture it by yourself and you edit it? or how? And then, did you use adobe photoshop?
Thanx, Nice picture especially the 1st picture.

nika che said...

sweet deers))

AleKsander said...

I love colours...very great...

http://aleksanderishere.blogspot.com/

ModernArt said...

Wow great work, the antlers are like a satellite or radar or telepathy system, great way to combine classic and modern elements, I love it..!

Swarez said...

That's a great piece. There's such a contrast between the majestic and the playful that makes me want to keep looking at it. Great juxtaposition of ideas. Love it

Suzanne said...

wow...that is really cool!

Natalis said...

yummy

Contemporary Art Talks said...

Peaceful :)

Anonymous said...

no more updates?

Gianfi said...

Great work;D

pâte d'amande said...

Love this pics ! And I like polaroid too :)

juanbautista said...

Hmmm I like the idea... There is an artist photographer that has done something similar with stitching.
You should check out an exhibition that will happen in london in April. The money from the works sold will go to the Haitian Earthquake Appeal..:

genesisart.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

ale zamulił...

The Great Golden Goodness said...

Amazing, seriously this is great

Allen said...

I really really like the image... Very well composed. And I like the colors and multilevel shapes.

Nature Photography said...

wow, very nice art. i like it. thanks for posting. keep up the good work.

cookie said...

Such a cool concept! Love it!

LEA said...

the composition of animals in the nature and three dimensional cubics, dipped in vintage colours, is
fantastic.

http://artissilentpoetry.blogspot.com/

Wall Mirror Gal said...

Very clever to have the shapes inside the horns. What a unique twist of animals and nature with art and shapes.

JJ Poff said...

This is captivating. Thanks for sharing!

Girdle Girl said...

What is that between their antlers? Does it represent soemthing?

Dining Table said...

It's amazing! Perfect color combination. Love it!

Uttermost mirrors said...

It's really beautiful! Love it!

Hanna said...

Great concept, I love the idea of placing regular figures in horns, the colors look beautiful.

tonecrush said...

Has anybody actually heard the album Pyramids (self-titled) of which this this image originates? Simply amazing.

tonecrush said...

Has anybody heard the album Pyramids (self-titled) from which I first saw this image? Absolutely amazing.

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