ukomfortabel:

do you ever get anxiety when thinking about how you’re not really living your life that you just go to school and eat and sleep and do homework and then after that you’re gonna get a job and you’ll work the rest of your life maybe marry and have kids and then you die and you haven’t even lived at all i can’t breathe

liferuin:

Artefacts by Mark Fitz

An ongoing series being developed for the creative spark exhibition in June 2012. Artefacts is an experiment with landscape and abstraction, formalism and colour. Artefacts explores the dynamic between geometric abstraction and tangible reality. Through the use of rigid geometry, bold colour and a forced perspective, it is unclear whether the shapes that appear within the scene are even part of the landscape at all. The primary colours red, yellow and blue, at odds with their surroundings, invoke a jarring sensation for the viewer, challenging them to consider the relationship of the abstract and the real.
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liferuin:

Artefacts by Mark Fitz

An ongoing series being developed for the creative spark exhibition in June 2012. Artefacts is an experiment with landscape and abstraction, formalism and colour. Artefacts explores the dynamic between geometric abstraction and tangible reality. Through the use of rigid geometry, bold colour and a forced perspective, it is unclear whether the shapes that appear within the scene are even part of the landscape at all. The primary colours red, yellow and blue, at odds with their surroundings, invoke a jarring sensation for the viewer, challenging them to consider the relationship of the abstract and the real.
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liferuin:

Artefacts by Mark Fitz

An ongoing series being developed for the creative spark exhibition in June 2012. Artefacts is an experiment with landscape and abstraction, formalism and colour. Artefacts explores the dynamic between geometric abstraction and tangible reality. Through the use of rigid geometry, bold colour and a forced perspective, it is unclear whether the shapes that appear within the scene are even part of the landscape at all. The primary colours red, yellow and blue, at odds with their surroundings, invoke a jarring sensation for the viewer, challenging them to consider the relationship of the abstract and the real.
Zoom Info
liferuin:

Artefacts by Mark Fitz

An ongoing series being developed for the creative spark exhibition in June 2012. Artefacts is an experiment with landscape and abstraction, formalism and colour. Artefacts explores the dynamic between geometric abstraction and tangible reality. Through the use of rigid geometry, bold colour and a forced perspective, it is unclear whether the shapes that appear within the scene are even part of the landscape at all. The primary colours red, yellow and blue, at odds with their surroundings, invoke a jarring sensation for the viewer, challenging them to consider the relationship of the abstract and the real.
Zoom Info

liferuin:

Artefacts by Mark Fitz

An ongoing series being developed for the creative spark exhibition in June 2012. Artefacts is an experiment with landscape and abstraction, formalism and colour. Artefacts explores the dynamic between geometric abstraction and tangible reality. Through the use of rigid geometry, bold colour and a forced perspective, it is unclear whether the shapes that appear within the scene are even part of the landscape at all. The primary colours red, yellow and blue, at odds with their surroundings, invoke a jarring sensation for the viewer, challenging them to consider the relationship of the abstract and the real.

loudmouthed:

WHY would you want weed socks where you gonna wear those?? to church???? to school? to work? no you’ll wear them at home by yourself and take pics of them for the internet bc there’s little marijuanas on them