CONTEMPORARY ART: A RAINY DAY IN A WOOD I MET A FIREFLY
Contemporary art is not only made up of incomprehensible works of art, turn canvasses or absurd performances.
Some of you don’t understand it, some love it, and others are completely uninterested in the topic.
I do like contemporary art, and in this post, whose title is surreal, but that you will understand if you read it up to the end, I will show you what has amazed me the most in the last few weeks.
Write your own comment and let me know what you think about it!
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Summer is holiday time, relax time and fun time. But for some photographers summer is fireflies time in Japan.
These insects appear between May and June, and only at specific times: from 7 pm to 9 am.
Duncan Meerdin highlights natural cracks in wasted logs, and he is able to transform them into magical lamps.
Thanks to the latest LED light –I wrote about the possibilities of its use inside art museums- Meerdin can lights up the log from the inside, creating something completely new.
You can see his creations on Duncan Meerding.