Elastic Courtyards

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Our word “paradise” is an ancient Persian term. It meant a walled enclosure, a place like a garden separating us from the dangers of the external world. We have redefined the concept of  Paradise (walled garden) or, courtyard through many … Continued

Neural Vision

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Because we are born diurnal, edge-detecting, break-spotters whose vision depends upon memory as much as incoming retinal data and, because we are born looking for familiar simple patterns and, because our eyes refocus 4 to 3 times per second building … Continued

Raising Contrasts

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Because our attention is drawn to edges and anomalies we build pictures around these points of contrast. The contrast can be created in color, value, scale, proximity, and a variety of other opposites. Da Vinci listed his contrasting themes in … Continued