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Als je de boot verticaal door de midden zou knippen zul je links hetzelfde zien als rechts als je het op elkaar legt

I adore black and white photography. There is such an innocence to it that covers all of the colorful flaws of a colored image. The asymmetrical line that is created in this image by the boats sail and water reflection is what caught my eye.

No info on this, but just another great starting point for pattern - the found object. Everyone's done a version of the chain link fence, but that shadow is brilliant, erratic, dynamic. So easily convertible into a successful surface design.

Post Repetition of Form This image gives a sense of unity because of the actual wire pattern is a unified pattern. The added shadow cast by the wire adds an accenting unity to the entire piece, so it seems chaotic at first, but is actually unified.

Tati Cotliar by Benny Horne For Oyster Magazine April-May 2012

*felling of freedom , game with nature, pose , excrpretion* Tati Cotliar by Benny Horne For Oyster Magazine April-May 2012

Kenzo Tange light and shadows by supahfly, via Flickr | #brutalism #texture #architecture #brutalist

façade of a tower in bologna, italy by 1967 pritzker prize winning japanese architect kenzō tange showing the dynamism of natural evening light and shadows. photo by lorenzo osti - tangeweb