Kandinsky - he could see music. Different notes, riffs and instruments had their own color and shape. When I was in first grade our teacher gave us some paper and colored pencils and made us listen to jazz to see if we could see music like Kandinsky. I couldn't but now every time I see Kandinsky's art, I think of jazz - he was a big fan.
It's too bad that you have never known love like this in your life. I was hoping you would believe in me..you..and us. Yes, it's weird starting over cuz of memories and possessions...but you get to create anything you want...
Olafur Eliasson - Eliasson often fabricates natural looking phenomena in man-made environments like the gallery space in order to subvert how we percieve and experience the world around us. Here he has replicated the natural flow of water but out of man made materials.
Yorkshire Dales, England - Wouldn't it be great if we could fill it to the horizon with concrete and put in a few thousand migrants who hate us and our culture and who will trash it and demand more benefits? Then do it another 1,000 times around the countryside? I mean, it's not as if we're already 1.6 trillion in debt is it? Maybe we should ask Putin if he could just nuke us now instead.
Fantastic Voyage, 2011, by London-based street artist Slinkachu who creates installations in finely-detailed miniature using litter and cut up train set figures less than 4cm tall. "It is a strange kind of buzz abandoning your creations on the street," he says
John Fowles alluded to the Shakespearean play The Tempest in his novel. Clegg thinks of himself as Ferdinand, who is the lover of Miranda, but Miranda refers to him as Caliban. In the play, Caliban attempts to rape Miranda and is considered "the lowest" by Prospero and Miranda. In the novel, Clegg refuses to have any sort of physical relationship with Miranda, but he still has authority over her. Miranda also thinks of him as being of a lower class than herself in the novel.