Art

Waterboarding Torture – Walking On Fire – Paper Mache Mask | Top Challenges #41

By • Apr 14th, 2014

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Flower Pot “bob Marley”

By • Apr 14th, 2014

Facebook – Flower pots art

Energy Efficiency Starrs At Home

By • Apr 13th, 2014

The extend of industry in developing ways to produce energy should give us a clue sat to what we should do as consumers.

Magical Tree Tunnel At Nui Maynooth Ireland,

By • Apr 13th, 2014

I took this photo on a beautiful summers day in Maynooth Kildare.

Maynooth Kildare Ireland

By • Apr 13th, 2014

Tree tunnel on a beautiful summer’s Day in Maynooth.

Gif Music Video

By • Apr 12th, 2014

GIFs start looping, and at first it seems to totally random but before you know it they’re singing the words, they’re cut to the rhythm, all this stupid shit suddenly seems weeirdly meaningful. You gotta just watch it.

Paradoxes

By • Apr 11th, 2014

Social physics, or the basics of systems theory for kids.
“Wonders” is a book for developing creative thinking, pressing flowers, measuring height, playing ping pong or maybe just reading.

© wondersbook

Mind Blowing Modern Chinese Digital Art

By • Apr 11th, 2014

“The Peach and Blossom Colony” edited photographs by Yang Yongliang

Kelly Boyle Uk Outsider Artist

By • Apr 11th, 2014

As an artist I am driven by passion and the need for self-expression. I am free to create my own life force; crafting spontaneous drawings using ballpoint pens, combining traditional technique with contemporary visuals, which capture the essence of the moment in its truest form. I draw in all situations but happiest when at gigs, generally in a meditative state, each pen stroke produced in time with the beat. Changing the surroundings/atmospheres, changes the lines, shapes, or style of the drawing. This is something that I constantly experiment with.

I use the entire page, as I’m creating a world within itself. The eyes are the soul of my work; they give it life, enabling me to passionately connect with each piece. The emotion of the faces represents my emotion at the time they’re created. The text is a poignant reflection of the time period of the drawing. It fits as one with the imagery.

My basic artistic concept is always to achieve balance over perfection.

Each piece is titled with the date of completion, as this directs the order of progression. The imagery appears differently to different archetypes/people, suggesting a conversation between objective and subjective perspectives. I believe this to be important about art/life, people coming together and finding freedom in their own opinions, as well as accepting the individual interpretation of others; helping us to remember that we all live in our own reality.

A lot of the Inspiration for the shapes and colours that I use are from nature and the world around me. I’m inspired by artists who give time and effort in truly nurturing their craft and techniques. Other influences are also illustration, life drawing, patterns, symmetry, symbolism, Manga, fantasy art, M.C Escher, Tribal Art, graffiti, Street Art.

www.kellyboyle.co.uk

Swing

By • Apr 10th, 2014

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