Friday, July 21, 2006

IF: opposites

35 comments:

  1. verrrrrrrrrry nice! cool colours and great patterns! It's the yin yang thang!!!

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  2. Whoa, dude! Check it out!

    This is very cool. Every element has an opposite! I could look at this for hours. And being a rather background-challenged person, I especially like your choice of the black and white gradient in the background. I would've been clueless as to what to do, even though it makes perfect sense.

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  3. Beautiful mandela. The center pulls you into it.

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  4. Looks like an individual pinwheel.My eyes are spinning. Beautiful patterns!

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  5. Love the kaleidoscope feeling here! My eyes are bugging out if I look too long! At first glance I thought it was your avatar with the mustache repeated and turned. Very cool illustration!

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  6. I like the kaleidoscope design style too!

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  7. Your sharks and whales are in opposition to one another, and yet are in an timelees movement around the sun, which makes them at the same time harmonious in nature. Your work is beautiful and profound. rare gift-love this circle of life even if i might be wrong in the interpretation of your piece-I suspect I am, whatever, wonderful look and feel to this illustration!

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  8. You're yinning my yang, Michael. Nice work!

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  9. This is fun! Nice expression on the theme!

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  10. Great work here Michael! I can picture this in motion. Would make for a fine cd art cover as well!

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  11. That is lovely, really like it, quite striking!

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  12. nice futuristic mandala!...tnx for your comment, yes chocolate hills are definetely not to be missed.

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  13. Very trippy! I like the repeating patterns of opposites...great colors and great rhythm.

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  14. Cool take on this theme! Very geometric and structured yet out of control!

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  15. Inspired by Roz Foster, I'm saying: You're yanging my yin! (I'm a woman, inspite of my name!)

    Here are opposites, background and geometric patterns, as much as one can wish. I can see, you've had a great time!

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  16. Fascinating design with a complex combination of opposites.

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  17. (the other Gabrielle)

    Spectacular!! If only I could get a kaleidoscope that would make patterns like that. What I want to know is how did you make this?

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  18. Very cool.... great color choice for the design. Makes me a bit dizzy though

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  19. So if you stare at the center one long enough all of the twisties start to twirl.... You now have me under your control... master

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  20. very cool. I love the symmetry and fade to black background

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  21. you have shapes coming out the ying-yang! :)

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  22. Opposite colors and designs.
    Very cool!

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  23. Excellent trippy, great symmetry and patterns! Very nice.

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  24. Thanks for your email- I tried emailing you back, & neither the return address nor you blogger address worked, for some reason. :)

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  25. Cool! Need to find my bearing now! Nice work.

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  26. Just what I needed ... something to make me stop thinking!
    Love this one, natch!

    Smooch,
    The Tart
    ; )

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  27. Thanks for comments in my blog each week Micheal, its really appreciated ! By the way you did something very cool this week with this graphic design ! very well done !

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  28. Whoa... the center starts pulsating like a beating heart, if you look at it long enough. Beautiful graphic. Trying to catch up on what I've missed the last coupla weeks... very haunting post for 'skyline'.

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  29. xoiSo interesting, just when I think that I have seen it all I notice something new. Nicely done.

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