Monthly Archives: July 2012

هوليوود الشرق

I. School Girl

II. Charming Beauty

III. Bride of the Nile

IV. Bride for a Day

V. Modern Love

VI. White Cloak

VII. The Queen

VIII. Final Verdict 

IX. Feminine Sex 

X. Longing

XI. The Border

XII. Petty Men

 XIII. Unconditional Love

XIV. Temple of Love

XVForbidden Women

XVI. The Return

XVII. White Dove

XVIII. Happy Day

XIX. Forbidden Love

XX. Moonbeam Beauty 

XXI. Beauty Icon 

 XXII. Femme Fatale

XXIII. I’m the Past 

 XXIV. Cotton Candy 

XXV. Island Princess

XXVI. Love & Madness

XXVII. Together Forever 

XXVIII. River of Love

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the monster and the maze

for all lovers of cosmic graphics and geometry!

this guy is insane.

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The Nature of Things.

A revolutionary thing strives hard to reach your ear,

A new side of the universe struggles to come to light—

For no fact is so simple we believe it at first sight,

And there is nothing that exists so great or marvelous

That over time mankind does not admire it less and less.

Behold the pure blue of the heavens, and all that they possess,

The roving stars, the moon, the sun’s light, brilliant and sublime—

Imagine if these were shown to men now for the first time,

Suddenly and with no warning. What could be declared

More wondrous than these miracles no one before had dared

Believe could even exist? Nothing. Nothing could be quite

As remarkable as this, so wonderful would be the sight.

Now, however, people hardly bother to lift their eyes

To the glittering heavens, they are so accustomed to the skies.

That’s why you should let go of any terror of the new.

But don’t spit out my reason. Weigh with care. If it seems true,

What I’m about to say, then throw your hands up in surrender;

But if it should seem false, then arm yourself as truth’s defender.

The mind seeks explanation. Since the universe extends

Forever out beyond those ramparts at which our world ends,

The mind forever yearns to peer into infinity,

To project beyond and outside of itself, and there soar free.

|Lucretius 

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أدونيس

I. The City

II. Mirror

III. Damascus 

IV. Sleep & Wakefulness

V. Names

VI. Anger

VII. Surface of the Sea

VIII. The People

IX. Spike

X. Pearl

XI. Broken Mirror

XII. Rocks

XIII. Dreams

XIV. Waves

3-D typographic interpretation of each word.

The materials, photography, and execution reflect the mood of the tiles, which were extracted from a set of poems by the Syrian poet, Adunis.

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