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Jon Fox - surface and surfaceHypnotic paintings from UK born, Mirepoix, south France based Artist Jon Fox.  His work is part isometric projection part whirling triangulation, infused with mesmerising blocks of colour and dreamlike Japanese imagery.

“On a voyage to the centre of the self, through scenes of fragmented apparitions..with the aim to try and discover the original source of these thoughts.. I guess to try and find the source of crea-tion (inside myself) where ideas are invented, decisions are weighed up, choices are made..where thought and emotion become the trigger for movement and put into action. I wanted to find out who gives the orders? Who’s in control?…who is really the master of this inner universe?”

Jon Fox recently took part in the Pictoplasma Character Walk in Berlin with fellow Bristol artist Dan Arnold during the week.  Their piece was in a space near Alexandreplatz which totally by chance I happened to see them paint while I stumbled back to my hotel one night. (image from circus-berlin.de)

www.soulofagiant.com

Jon Fox - surface and surface

Jon Fox - surface and surface

Jon Fox - surface and surface

Jon Fox - surface and surface

Jon Fox - surface and surface

Jon Fox - surface and surface

Jon Fox - surface and surface

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04 Etienne Meneau surface and surfaceAmazing Product Design, Paintings and sculpture from French Designer Etienne Meneau.  These biological themed Carafes are available at a steal from her web site for €1,500!

The Carafe N°2 is featuring in “The fundamentals of product design” a book by Richard Morris at AVA publishing

www.the-strange-decanter.blogspot.com/

via Design Milk

03 Etienne Meneau surface and surface

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2-Frédéric Delangle-surfaceandsurface.comBeautiful nocturnal work from French Photographer Frédéric Delangle. These Photographs are from his Nyctalope 1 & 2 series from in 2008. Frédéric Delangle’s work appears in the current Blow Photography Magazine.

“The series ‘Nyctalopic’ borrows from film the principle of directional lighting. The landscape becomes a night of vertigo, headlights isolating a small area of visibility. Torches at long range, they cut the space between the image and structure a light field and dark field.”

Frédéric Delangle is represented by Galerie Philip Pechaume, Paris and L’Agent de Photographe Faisan, Florence.

www.fredericdelangle.com

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