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Post some pictures of artwork that just takes you to another world.
Roger Dean (Alot of artwork for Yes).

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Anton Lehmden



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I have a really pretty poster of one of his paintings but I can't find it on google. I might take a picture later.
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Those Anton Lehmden ones look beautiful.
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It's Howl's Moving Castle.

Good movie. Has Christian Bale doing the voices of one of the main characters in the English version

EDIT: Holy spaghetti monster! Christian Bale was born in Wales
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I saw that thread a while ago.

I thought I'd make one more about landscapes and 'different worlds'.
I'm not sure if it's in the thread you posted (going through it with slow internet), but I really like the paintings of the guy whom had schizophrenia. He painted his cat and as the schizophrania progressed, the paintings got more vivid.

It looked like he was painting a cat going supersaian
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^^^Eh. I'm not really into that kind of stuff.

I prefer paintings that have alot going on, like in my OP or those Anton Lehmden ones.
I gotta admit, I never really understood the hype behind 'minimalist' paintings. I can understand that, because they're minimal, they can be open for interpretation and can mean anything. But I just think it's a lazy way to make art.
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No Alex Grey yet? I'm surprised the Tool fags arent out
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^ Salvador Dali?
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Arses, should have said. James Gleeson.

Similar to Dali though, 'specially his earlier stuff.
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^^^Eh. I'm not really into that kind of stuff.

I prefer paintings that have alot going on, like in my OP or those Anton Lehmden ones.
I gotta admit, I never really understood the hype behind 'minimalist' paintings. I can understand that, because they're minimal, they can be open for interpretation and can mean anything. But I just think it's a lazy way to make art.


You've got to be kidding.
The one at the top of that guys post is a Jackson Pollock.
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The one at the top of that guys post is a Jackson Pollock.

A lot of minimalist art is more... whatever he was feeling at the time that made him splatter paint in whatever pattern or colour scheme he found worked at the time. I agree with Ed, a lot of minimalist art just seems to focus more on capturing those minute emotional reactions from the artist, rather than an over-arching theme that would suck others in. I'm not saying it's good or bad, but I prefer my art to have visible themes and some sort of... "idea", not just some blue paint and some red paint starting blend and being hung in a gallery.
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this is my Lehmden poster (sorry about the weird angle)



It looks like one of my recurring dreams
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^ That's amazing

I like Zdzislaw Beksinski's work, its kind of "otherworldly" I guess.

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But seriously I actually love all of these.

Anything LOTR related is a mind trip IMO

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What's happening in these paintings?
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A lot of minimalist art is more... whatever he was feeling at the time that made him splatter paint in whatever pattern or colour scheme he found worked at the time. I agree with Ed, a lot of minimalist art just seems to focus more on capturing those minute emotional reactions from the artist, rather than an over-arching theme that would suck others in. I'm not saying it's good or bad, but I prefer my art to have visible themes and some sort of... "idea", not just some blue paint and some red paint starting blend and being hung in a gallery.


Well that's the point of abstract.

"**** landscapes and shit, I'm just going to get drunk and fling paint all over the room." -Jackson Pollock.

All these pictures... Appreciate them!




'Blue Poles'


edit: that image quality is shocking.
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