- Looking at a nice view really puts things in perspective.
- Seeing something clearly with both eyes really gives it perspective.
- Artists usually put things in perspective … unless they are abstractulating.
- Studying something in depth sometimes leads to a perspective … or possibly a retrospective eventually.
note: Don’t be pointing your view at me!
double note: Perspeculation is for Binocular Visionaries.
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Tagged 2 eyes, abstractulating, artists, binocular visionaries, eyes openly wide shut, humor, indepth ... most people are ... in retrospection, introspectives are personal, nice views through ugly eyes, out of focus, perspectability, perspectables, perspectator, point of view, point of perspective is subjective and ... possibly rude in some cultures, retrospectives are old
Are there any “abstract concrete” artists?
note: Cement manufacturers have a lot of concrete ideas.
double note: “Cement” is great, but “Dement” is crazy!!!
triple note: Is Matt Groening a “Bartist“?
quadruple note: Do “cubists” work in toilet cubicles, or is that just vandalism and graffiti?
quintuple note: “Virtual Reality Artist“! Someone just made that up.
sextuple note: photos of Japanese folklore hero, Kintaro. He’s kind of like Hercules or Daniel Boone, but grows up to be a samurai. Originally I thought the bear was the “ass-kicker” of the duo, but it turns out Kintaro is the one-boy wrecking crew!
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Tagged abstract art, art, artists, cement, concrete, cubists, Daniel Boone, graffiti, Hercules, humor, Japan, Japanese folklore, Kintaro, Matt Groening, vandalism, virtual reality is very graphic, virtual reality is virtually real