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The Tree as Beautiful Machinetechgnotic
While searching DeviantArt for images for the Earth Day article, I became intrigued with how trees have become not only such a central focus of our current environmental concerns, but also how they play such a central role in our art, whether as background or actual subject matter. There are so many Enchanted Forests on DeviantArt that it made me wonder if trees, so mundane and taken for granted yet at the same time so vital to life on earth and so steeped in myth, have always been the revered subjects of the world’s artists.
Manavata means “humanity.” A social movement was born in India bearing that name, with “Humanity is our identity” as their guiding mantra. Like the many facets making up a sparkling diamond, here is a collection of photographs to remind us we are, together, one beautiful humanity.
“If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him.”
– John F. Kennedy
Collection: Mazes-Puzzles For The Truly Committedtechgnotic
Puzzles for the Truly Committed
In A Maze
Most of the mazes in our gallery are of the outdoor garden variety. At least the “contestant” seeking escape from these mazes has the sun’s position to anchor their own movements. Indoor mazes are more difficult, with the addition of overlapping hallways, mirrored walls and ceilings and total darkness being possible components. Whose idea of “fun” was this, anyway?
The first mazes
Photographs and paintings of stars occupy that category of things you know are so, and yet it’s not quite possible to believe. One example is radio or television “signals” traveling in “waves” through the air, only to be reassembled for your listening or viewing pleasure in your living room radio or TV. Looking at clusters of stars lighting up the night sky like massive storm clouds, it’s impossible to think of those stars, those points of light, as separate massive burning suns, even though I know it’s so. Sometimes the most powerful magic requires no deception at all. The natural universe is more mystifying in its sheer
Daredevil: Man Without Feartechgnotic
DAREDEVIL: Man Without Fear
Hell’s Kitchen in New York City was a pretty rough place
Like many areas of the city in the 1950s and 1960s, poverty gave way to hardship which in turn created crime. The New York of that time period would be unimaginable to people only familiar with today’s Disneyland–inspired Times Square. But back then things were tough.
Yazd, my beautiful city!Yazd, is a very beautiful and historical city that located in the middle of Iran! It is a center of Zoroastrian culture.zohreh1991
Also it is called "The city of wind-catchers".
It has a history of over 5000 years dating back to time of Median Empire. so it is full of historical places that made me love it!
As it is surrounded by deserts, so it made Yazd an architecturally
Centeral yard by zohreh1991
Yazd also has some old castles, but unfortunately they are ruining
Sary-Yazd Castle 6 by zohreh1991
Castle 1 by zohreh1991
Castle by zohreh1991
Khavidak Castle by zohreh1991
In summer the temperature is above 40 in blaz
Hi there, my name is Mike and I'm a hobbyist that wants someday to become a professional.|
I started to be interested in digital art 3 years ago. I didn't really worked or improved myself in the first year and also, I was taking many breaks, BIG breaks. However as I woked more, my interest grew and when I saw a beautiful peace of art I always wondered how to do it. Eventually I started to try and do it, learning all the techniques and having a lot of fun.
I'm working in Photoshop, Cinema4D, RealFlow and AfterEffects. This is also the order in which I began working in them.
Please note that the work in my gallery is not a stock image and may not be modified or used. For any questions feel free to contact me. Thank you!