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We are born into bodies that are fluid and free...Rhythm, breath, music and movement become tools of seeing and then freeing the habits that hold us back. When we move our bodies then our hearts begin to open, when the body and the heart taste freedom the mind won't be far behind. ~Gabrielle Roth

This time we chose to present to you one very talented photographer – Mariya. Mariya takes photos in a unique way. He combines artistic tone with a perfect angle when he takes photographs of women body. Those photographs are not distasteful at all,.

light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson. Zippertravel.com Digital Edition

light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson. Perhaps something that would light up like a light sculpture at night but represent something figurative during the day, something enveloping or something like an oak leaf movement

The picture shoe MOVEMENT because the picture is kind of blurred and the girl is dancing. The way the dress if flowing in the air moves eyes through out the piece.

This image was shot using a slow shutter speed in order see the subject’s movement iconic in the movement color scheme. This image shows a dancer wearing red in a blurry movement.

I came across some delightful sculptures from artist Ryan Johnson that got me pretty excited. I'm very interested by these playful characters, full of dignified humor despite an almost laughably pathetic appearance. These guys remind me a little bit of Ed Kienholz's work too, which is

Ryan Johnson

Pedestrian Sculpture by Ryan Johnson The pedestrian crossing the street looks really cool because it looks like they took a photo. It looks like they took the photo because it looks blurry. This sculpture looks real.

An editorial story on the subject of human movement

An editorial story on the subject of human movement

A brand new project in collaboration with photographer Ben Sandler. A creative retouch for the publication in Blast Magazine. An editorial story on the subject of human movement, for the Fall 2013 issue of the French publication, Blast Magazine.

Lost in movement. by Moeys Photography, via Flickr

In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

Isadora Duncan                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Happiness Medicine

Isadora Duncan dances: Martha Graham speaks: Great dancers are not great because of their technique;

Richard Sweeney - vortex 1. Hand pleated and wet-folded watercolour paper and adhesive.

Vortex 1 - Hand pleated and wet-folded watercolour paper and adhesive. By Richard Sweeney

Season 1 Episode 3 Won't Get Fooled Again Gideon: Samuel Johnson wrote,"Almost all absurdity of conduct arises from the imitation  of those who we cannot resemble."

Season 1 Episode 3 Won't Get Fooled Again Gideon: Samuel Johnson wrote,"Almost all absurdity of conduct arises from the imitation of those who we cannot resemble.

The use of slow shutter speed really works. This was one of my initial ideas when given the spots and stripes brief, to capture the shapes in a not so obvious way.

This photo was taken using a slow shutter speed. The photographer has captured the movement of cars on a very busy road quite well using a slow shutter speed/long exposure

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The Paintings of Cesar Biojo

intentionally destroyed paintings - Cesar Biojo, an artist currently working on a Ph. in Art Research at the University of Barcelona, creates intentionally destroyed paintings.

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