24 ago. 2012

Heute :)

       Während die Sonne langsam untergegangen ist, habe er nichts getan, nur nachgedacht. Aber darauf gehe ich dann während dem nächsten Moment ein.       
      Er war während der ganzen Zeit immer zufrieden. Vor einiger Zeit gab er mir zu verstehen, dass er nicht so fröhlich ist. Wer weiß es? Manchmal ist es so kompliziert.... Sehr Schade. Bedauerlicherweise ertrank er während einer dieser gefährlichen Reisen. Das war's dann. Das muß dann eben sein; weil nicht jetzt, wann dann? Dann kommen wir zur Blockade....Er wollte etwas richtig zu machen, trotzdem bleibt noch wesentlich selbst zu verzeihen. Es ist schön, mich frei zu fühlen weil ich ihr vergeben habe obwohl er nicht....

       Worum aber geht es dann?
        Über der Stadt ist der Mond aufgegangen. Heute ist anderer Tag =D

29 abr. 2012



                                                  Ich vermisse dich

7 feb. 2012

Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser

Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser (1928  – 2000) was an Austrian artist. Born Friedrich Stowasser in Vienna, he became one of the best-known contemporary Austrian artists, although controversial, by the end of the 20th century.
Hundertwasser's father Ernst Stowasser died three months after Hundertwasser's first birthday. The Second World War was a hard time for Hundertwasser and his mother Elsa, as she was Jewish. 
They avoided persecution by posing as Christians, a credible ruse because Hundertwasser's father had been a Catholic. To remain inconspicuous, Hundertwasser joined the Hitler Youth.
Hundertwasser developed artistic skills very early. After the war, he spent three months at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. At this time he began to sign his art as Hundertwasser instead of Stowasser. 
He left to travel, using a small set of paints he carried at all times to sketch anything that caught his eye. In Florence he met the young French painter René Brô for the first time; they became lifelong friends. Hundertwasser's first commercial painting success was in 1952-3 with an exhibition in Vienna.
His adopted surname is based on the translation of "sto" (the Slavic word for "one hundred") into German. The name Friedensreich has a double meaning as "Peaceland" or "Peacerich" (in the sense of "peaceful").
The other names he chose for himself, Regentag and Dunkelbunt, translate to "Rainy day" and "Darkly multicoloured". His name Friedensreich Hundertwasser means, "Peace-Kingdom Hundred-Water".
Hundertwasser married Herta Leitner in 1958 but they divorced two years later. He married again in 1962 to the Japanese artist Yuko Ikewada but she divorced him in 1966. By this point he was very popular with his art.
He moved into architecture from the early 1950s. Hundertwasser also worked in the field of applied art, creating flags, stamps, coins, and posters. His most famous flag is the Koru Flag. 
As well as postage stamps for the Austrian Post Office, he also designed stamps for the Cape Verde islands and for the United Nations postal administration in Geneva on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 
Hundertwasser was buried in New Zealand after his death at sea on the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 in 2000, at the age of 71. 
As a result of his experiences as a persecuted by the Nazi regime Hundertwasser developed an anti-totalitarian position early on. He was likely raised by his mother in the popular sense of imperial nostalgia, which was popular in the interwar period. 
His early fears of the square marching battalions associated with dictatorships may have led him to oppose any "geometrization" of people and their architecture. 
In a letter from 1954 Hundertwasser described the square as "geometric rectangles compressed columns on the march".In 1959 Hundertwasser got involved with helping the Dalai Lama escape from Tibet by campaigning for the Tibetan religious leader in Carl Laszlo's magazine "Panderma". 
In later years, when he was already a known artist, Friedensreich Hundertwasser became an environmental activist and most recently operated as a more prominent opponent of the European Union, advocating the preservation of regional peculiarities. Among the lesser known facets of Hundertwasser's personality is his commitment to constitutional monarchy.
Hundertwasser's original and unruly artistic vision expressed itself in pictorial art, environmentalism, philosophy, and design of facades, postage stamps, flags and clothing (among other areas). The common themes in his work utilised bright colours, organic forms, a reconciliation of humans with nature, and a strong individualism, rejecting straight lines.
He remains sui generis, although his architectural work is comparable to Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) in its use of biomorphic forms and the use of tile. He was also inspired by the art of the Vienna Secession, and by the Austrian painters Egon Schiele (1890–1918) and Gustav Klimt (1862–1918).
He was fascinated by spirals, and called straight lines "the devil's tools". He called his theory of art "transautomatism", based on Surrealist automatism, but focusing on the experience of the viewer, rather than the artist.

24 ene. 2012

How to reveal a negative of a photo ... with the brain

  1. Look during 30 seconds the image of the woman, take special care in the colours points, concentrate in them.
  2. Move quickly the eyes and look at the roof or at a white surface
  3. ¡Blink!
  4. The image is straight "revealed", ¿WTF is happening in your brain?
                                                     source: www.microsiervos.com