Tuesday, November 3, 2015

'Geometry as the foundation of nature'..



It's impossible to miss the geometric stylings of Italian artist Teo Perisi aka Moneyless, see more of his work here, on the wall of an apartment block in Claremont. 'Always striving to explore different ways to interpret dimensionality'.. I would have loved to watch signore Perisi create the ten storey high helixes with such precision, brava! Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe...p.s. we've had a few much needed rainy days in Perth, sooo good! 
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36 comments:

  1. my eyes returned
    not too sad after the World rugby.
    My son had bet on Australian

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  2. This artist is very patient! Arianna

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  3. Three of the largest slinkies that I have ever seen!

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  4. dit is wel heel mooi gedaan.

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  5. Well . . . I like the lime-green car. :-)

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  6. Well, if geometry is whatever you said it is, it's no wonder I'm so screwed up. A friend (girl) did most of my work in geometry class oh so long ago. Sheesh! Now you tell me!

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  7. I can't begin to imagine how that was created.

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  8. For some odd reason, this makes me feel dizzy. And I've never been any good whatsoever at maths and geometry...

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  9. They look like giant slinkys! (Do you remember that toy?)

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  10. Hi Grace! It draws my eyes in, to follow the lines around. Very talented, that is for sure.

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  11. Oh, they do look like giant slinkys!!! Terrific captures for the day, as always!! Hope you have a great week!!

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  12. Don't look now, but there a huge slinky going down the side of that building.

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  13. Simple yet complicated. I like this!

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  14. That is a really tall piece of art.
    I wonder how they managed to make it so perfect.
    Nice find!

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting my personal blog and leaving such kind words and your well wishes.
      In case you were disappointed in not finding the mural I linked to the meme -- http://www.dnambiartravelblog.com/2015/11/monday-mural-found-in-san-francisco.html

      (It was in the other blog)

      I hope you are having a lovely week. Take care. :)

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  15. Must have a very large Spirograph - remember those?

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  16. Oh Grace the more I look at them the more my mind boggles, how did he manage...

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  17. Like most of you, it also reminds me of slinkies! Grace, are you going to Subi this W/E?

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  18. It must have been quite a technical challenge to paint Grace. If I had painted I probably would have run out of building.

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  19. Quite impressive mural, makes anice geometrical effect.

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  20. That's very impressive and it gives depth to the plain wall; but I can't say I find it attractive.

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  21. I LOVE this! This is just perfect for my geometric eye.

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  22. Heips, this is a great and lovely mural.

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  23. Yep...they definitely look like Slinkys!

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  24. Wow, now that is clever artwork!

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  25. I would have loved seeing that painted. Wonderful.

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  26. I agree with Tom's comment. They do look like slinkies.

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  27. Grace, these wonderful photos are a treat to see; such a precise pattern in an unusually creative mural design!!

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