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Oliver Schwarzwald für Lufthansa Exclusive | BLICKFANG – Deutschlands beste Fotografen // Jahrbuch & Onlineplattform

Oliver Schwarzwald für Lufthansa Exclusive | BLICKFANG – Deutschlands beste Fotografen // Jahrbuch & Onlineplattform

"'Everything you create is a representation of something else; in this sense, everything you create is enriched by metaphor'" (p. 139).

"'Everything you create is a representation of something else; in this sense, everything you create is enriched by metaphor'" (p. 139).

Brutalist playground rendered in foam | product design, geometric, color, industrial, concept, minimalism

Brutalist playground rendered in foam | product design, geometric, color, industrial, concept, minimalism

In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions; where a small change at one place in a nonlinear system can result in large differences to a later state.

Illustrations by Norman Duenas

In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions; where a small change at one place in a nonlinear system can result in large differences to a later state.

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I found my silence on

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lines and colors: Cayce Zavaglia creates her portraits in a novel variation on the time honored traditions of tapestry, using crewel embroidery wool in a method in which the direction of the threads are not blended into a uniform pattern, but given direction within the creation of the form — like brushstrokes, producing a much more “painterly” (“threaderly”?) surface.

lines and colors: Cayce Zavaglia creates her portraits in a novel variation on the time honored traditions of tapestry, using crewel embroidery wool in a method in which the direction of the threads are not blended into a uniform pattern, but given direction within the creation of the form — like brushstrokes, producing a much more “painterly” (“threaderly”?) surface.

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