Todo lo que toco se convierte en piedra.
The whistle of my life
Todo lo que toco se convierte en piedra.
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ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
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adelederseele:

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supersonicart:

Lauren Satlowski.
Paintings by Lauren Satlowski:
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supersonicart:

Lauren Satlowski.
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thegetty:

gentles:

thegetty:

Matisse buffs, this trivia question is for you! If you’re the first to reblog with the answer, you’ll receive two Matisse-approved books, one from us and one from the Legion of Honor!

Matisse was a costumer designer for the Ballets Russes. For which production did he design a black and white geometrically printed tunic? Hint: NGA. 

Ready, set, reblog!
Fear not, another opportunity to win these books will be HERE at 3 PM PST.

Le Chant du Rossignol!

Congrats, gentles! You were the first to reblog with the correct answer. The Matisse books are all yours.

Le Chant du Rossignol (The Song of the Nightingale) was a “choreographic poem” performed by the Ballet Russes with music by Stravinsky and costumes by Matisse. You can see the costume in the question online here at the National Gallery of Australia’s website.

Thank you for your quick reblogs! Honorable mentions: ellismuse, fireburns-waterdrowns, hijaktaffairs, tolstoyandvodka, fabfashionartbeauty and vincentvangato!
Matisse and San Francisco is available online here and Chatting with Henri Matisse is available here.
The final trivia question to win these books will be posted on the Legion of Honor Museum twitter at 3 PM PST. Good luck!
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