Melisa HARLEMİNŞEYKİ

Melisa HARLEMİNŞEYKİ

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Melisa HARLEMİNŞEYKİ
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Ronika - Rough n Soothe

Ronika - Rough n Soothe

Atoms For Peace - Ingenue

Atoms For Peace - Ingenue

L$D - DONT SMOKE MY BLUNT BITCH

L$D - DONT SMOKE MY BLUNT BITCH

Solace by f y f e

Solace by f y f e

AlunaGeorge - Attracting Flies

AlunaGeorge - Attracting Flies

Wampire - Spirit Forest

Wampire - Spirit Forest

Eadweard Muybridge, 'Horse in Motion'. Wealthy railroad baron Leland Stanford liked to breed horses, and wanted to solve a problem which had perplexed humans for millennia: do horses ever lift up all four legs at the same time? On a mission, Muybridge went to Sacramento racetrack and set up a row of twenty-four cameras, ready to be triggered every four seconds. His Motion Studies represent the first time we could see faster than our own eyes - the first visual intrusion into the flow of…

Eadweard Muybridge, 'Horse in Motion'. Wealthy railroad baron Leland Stanford liked to breed horses, and wanted to solve a problem which had perplexed humans for millennia: do horses ever lift up all four legs at the same time? On a mission, Muybridge went to Sacramento racetrack and set up a row of twenty-four cameras, ready to be triggered every four seconds. His Motion Studies represent the first time we could see faster than our own eyes - the first visual intrusion into the flow of…

Painted in the fields of Argenteuil, Monet treated the canvas with a white primer to achieve this bright and summery effect. The mother and child in the foreground are likely to be his wife and son, who act as a pretext for a diagonal contour receding towards the figures in the background, balancing the composition. Forms are composed entirely of contrasts in colour – there are no lines. The sprinkled poppies get disproportionately large towards the foreground, generating a sense of rhythm…

Painted in the fields of Argenteuil, Monet treated the canvas with a white primer to achieve this bright and summery effect. The mother and child in the foreground are likely to be his wife and son, who act as a pretext for a diagonal contour receding towards the figures in the background, balancing the composition. Forms are composed entirely of contrasts in colour – there are no lines. The sprinkled poppies get disproportionately large towards the foreground, generating a sense of rhythm…

Quentin Massys, 'The Ugly Duchess'. This young lady is sometimes called The Ugly Duchess, mainly because a nasty man called Sir John Tenniel based his illustrations of Duchess in Alice in Wonderland on her. Massys based the original on his friend Erasmus’s book In Praise of Folly, in which he describes mad old women who “cannot tear themselves away from their mirrors” and “do not hesitate to exhibit their repulsive withered breasts”. As such Massys presents himself as a staunch critic of…

Quentin Massys, 'The Ugly Duchess'. This young lady is sometimes called The Ugly Duchess, mainly because a nasty man called Sir John Tenniel based his illustrations of Duchess in Alice in Wonderland on her. Massys based the original on his friend Erasmus’s book In Praise of Folly, in which he describes mad old women who “cannot tear themselves away from their mirrors” and “do not hesitate to exhibit their repulsive withered breasts”. As such Massys presents himself as a staunch critic of…

Sam Smith - Lay Me Down

Sam Smith - Lay Me Down