Dirty cars are like a host for an artist. One may treat such art differently. Someone will wrinkle his nose and disdainfully wrestle his clothes. Others necessarily want to put a finger in such a picture in order to check the fragility of the "canvas" and smear its outlines. However, others will definitely make a selfie. However, nobody can pass by.
There are a lot of dirty cars in all countries. It is quite difficult to pass them. One wants to scratch on the hood something like "I was here". But, there are people who do not hold back. They just come up to someone else's car and paint. Surprisingly, the owners of these cars do not mind, and some even lined up to such craftsmen, so that they portrayed something on their doorway. A new direction in art even managed to get the name "Art of Automotive Mud". His pioneer is officially considered an American Scott Wade. Perhaps, it happened because he was the first to begin to do for a living by creating small masterpieces on bumpers, hoods and glasses of local citizens. In the work he uses brushes and special rubber tools. To get a picture of this artist, car owners do not wash their cars for months, and then try to avoid the rain in every possible way. A painter from Texas draws what the customers want. Someone prefers the plot from the classic novel, others require rock or pop stars, the third wants more eroticism or closer to the characters of popular comic books, others require it to be more horrifying. There are also those who ask to paint their steel horses with lines of poems or confessions of love to their half. The American spends about an hour creating one picture. Complex images are four times longer. Photo bigstatues.com
Over time, Stott has a lot got of followers around the world. Briton James Gibson draws on the glasses of cars scenes from the First World War, portraits of athletes and heroes of horror films. The popularity of Gibson is explained by the social media. Once a man decorated the doors of his car with a picture of a popular English player. Neighbors noticed an amazing picture, photographed it and put it in the Internet. The photo was reprinted more than fifty thousand times expressing its admiration for the master's work.Photo dirtycarart.com
A teacher of Chinese language prefers girls. Xiao Xiangzhong, who is around seventy years old, does not make money out of his work, but does not deny the requests of acquaintances and admirers of his work drawing one more beauty on the dirty glass of the car.
Inspectors adore stopping on the roads of the artist from Mytischi Dmitry Drach. He drives a truck, and uses his dirty body as a canvas. The self-taught artist draws what the soul and the outlines of mud on the van tell him. The driver creates his masterpieces in minutes using only his fingers and rags.Photo cultofmac.com
Azerbaijani Rafael Weisov, before taking up the painting of cars, worked as a parking man for more than ten years. Then, to pass the time, he somehow decided to portray the dirty side of the client's car city landscape. With time, leave the car under the supervision of Raphael wishing more. The artist is still happy to paint in the dust both real and fantastic landscapes.Photo dirtycarart.com
Most of these people work for praise and delight. However, those who decided to earn on such creativity and excelled in technology, are asked for a short-lived masterpiece from a few tens to hundreds of dollars.
‘Love evolves when one looks in the eyes of the person beloved seeing there God’, in such a way the lines of some Arabian song called Qawali is translated. The authorship of this chant is ascribed to Eastern strangers Sufi who tending to find the sense of existence strolled around the half an Earth bare-footed. In the travels they composed songs where they told narration describing what they had to endure.
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Traditional Japanese kabuki theatre has always been a mystery to the European mentality: only an expert on the culture of the Land of the Rising Sun can understand a play without guide’s tips. The word kabuki is sometimes translated as "the art of singing and dancing". Why not an operetta? The essence of performance is not confined to musical presentation only...
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You often got convinced that skilful hands of a master who puts life into his creation, can transform humble tree stump into a charming violin, piece of plaster becomes an ancient sculpture, and even clay tile looks like a work of fine art.
In those days when the Persian soldiers were second to none, and both the Roman Empire and the Arabian Peninsula were conquered by their power, skilful fingers of winner nation craftswomen created their first masterpiece. The carpet called The Springtime passed into history as the most precious of all time. It symbolized powerful rule of the Persians, and its beauty told about the divine origin of the king Khosrow I.
Complicated spiritual world of the people of the 20th century has become a fruitful topic for many cinematographers but a special place in its exploration belongs to Antonioni. The director has gained global fame with the movies that display inner world of his contemporaries, their loneliness and lack of social connections(the concept that has become crucial in the art of the master).
Françoise Barbe-Gall teaches how to talk to children about art. She gives practical advices in her books, teaches to see things invisible to many people, to notice details and forget about labels. But we have to admit there are very few people who can boast with expertise in this area. If you want to change this order of things, today we offer you to go with us to the museums.
Yesterday I created a Universe. I took some peas, rice, buckwheat, millet, black and white pepper seeds and cardamom. Grabbed a handful of coffee and aniseeds. Then it all acquired a centre. It kept growing and calming my thoughts. When the last seed landed in the circle, I felt forgotten harmony again, heard birds singing through the noise of cars on the avenue...
Residents of big cities almost daily use the subway as a transport means. Alas, in the rapid pace of modern life a few people can afford to enjoy the design of these transit hubs. OUTLOOK is not able to stop time, but allow us to highlight fifteen of the most mesmerizing underground subway station from all around the world.
Land-art is not simply the landscape design but also the whole direction in art which in thee 21-st century considered one of the most important when only lazy people do not speak about the ‘green technologies’ and environment. The names of stars of such an activity have sturdily come into the speech of the tutors, critics, and connoisseurs, especially they outline Patrick Dougherti.
Treehouses, dug-outs and secret shelters – all the things we used to build when children. Unfortunately, as we grow older, fantasy fades and most of us now live in uncomfortable grey “boxes”. However, there are people who have created dwellings of their dreams by themselves.
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