Shape Shifting Perspectives

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If you and I were to go back to the earliest purposeful distortions of linear perspective we would look at ancient Greece and the construction of the Parthenon. The designers knew that the building could appear longer if the viewer … Continued

Building Arches and Avenues

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Artists of the 18th century toyed with the imaginative uses of linear perspective.  From Piranesi to Canaletto to Hogarth, artists built believable architectural spaces testing the limits of linear perspective. For example, Piranesi described domes, cylindrical buildings and complex fantasy … Continued

Reading the Sunlight

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We find meaning in all sounds, smells, touches and sights through pattern recognition. We anticipate, look for and find patterns. Sunlight has provided our visual system with required illumination. It has been the source for our color perception for most … Continued