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Visualized your space! Abstract Zen is proud to presents the exceptional new collection for 2008. Using a smart technology and handmade process we create oil on canvas paintings and graphic prints on beautiful ethnic wood paper, coated with lacquer. Eyal Gamili is an independent Israeli artist. He is best known for his large-size original abstract landscape and Contemporary modern paintings, but he mostly enjoys the combination of these three. Each painting has a corresponding title, driven by a specific mood and inspiration. Zen paintings design to decorate your home, office or any public space. The use of colourful and texture original compositions, make abstract Zen unique and innovative decoration. The AbstractZen project was established in 2007 by Eyal Gamili, graduate of industrial design and art studies.
21 Apr 2011
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When ur mood so down, juz find a key of happiness. So that u will HAPPY forever!! Look, he found his KEY of HAPPINESS.
26 Feb 2008
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This outstanding morphing video was produced to advertise our web site *******www.msmedia****.au. The video is a combination of 53 beautiful images, and the stunning piece of classical music called Morning Mood from the Peer Gynt Suite. The video begins with Flowers, that morph into Butterflies, then Birds that finally morph into Fish. The title "Natures Colours" was an easy one, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Orange, Pink. There aren't many colours that are not represented in the video. We hope you enjoy it!
4 Mar 2008
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*******www.mrpaparazzi**** Peter Andre is looking stocky as he goes for a jog with his personal trainer on his birthday. He is in a good mood as always and jokes around with our cameraman
5 Mar 2008
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Pepper, our Persian cat, in one of her better moods.
6 Mar 2008
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this suddenly happened while i was in my mood I saw the fire without any reason lol
29 Mar 2008
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ANDREA BENETTI and LANFRANCO DI RICO INTRODUCTION The massacres that occurred in the USA on September 11th upset millions of people through broadcasted and printed images all over the world. These images, shown for weeks, emphasized a mood of increasing terror all around our planet. For the first time in human history, a huge catastrophe happened under everybody's eyes. The emotional aspect of this tragedy and its psychological implications are strictly bound to the "spectacular" aspect of those terrorist actions. Everything was shown without the mediation of any journalistic report. While everyone in the world was staring at the first smoking tower, the second tower was pierced by another plane. Everybody realized that it was a complex terrorist attack and not a simple casual accident, as it was thought at first sight. Doing that, the international terrorism officially declared the start of a new world war, a war exclusively fought against unarmed citizens. The image of the burning towers immediately became the icon of a worldwide catastrophe, and the symbol of a new era distinguished by a feeling of anguish and terror. All the images, recorded by media, brighten again that deep-felt memory and, at the same time keep alive the fear for a still impending danger. A distinction among the effects produced by the Medias is required: video shots progressively attenuate their emotional impact, while the first pages of the newspapers, with their giant photos and their macroscopic titles, describe on the paper words emotionally written. They increase, time after time, their historical documental value and, at the same time, they show a general mood and an interpretative analysis of what the world lived during those tremendous days. PRESENTATION The basic aim of our project is to place side by side the commemoration of dead people and a reflection on the power of conditioning that images have on our way of living. As time goes by we also want to reflect on how television images and printed paper have a reversed effect on peoples feelings. Our shared emotions are transfigured in four pictorial works. These works are placed in a contest where they interact with the press and the elaborate television images and are relegated inside a sculptural installation placed in the middle of the expositive hall. The first pages of the international newspapers, reproduced on big panels, become real monuments in the memory of the victims of global terrorism and, they tower over the unceasing flow of the television images. ANDREA BENETTI NEL WEB BENETTI Studio: via Emilia Ponente, 439 Home: via San Felice, 83 Bologna - Italy Home phone: +3951522468 Mobile phone: +393389290128 E-mail: andybenniinterfree.it
13 Mar 2008
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"Time Machine" is a video installation inside a 1930 Ford Model A. The work brings to life my grandfather's love letters from Miami Beach in the winter of 1936 to his fiancee living in Massachusetts. A young auto mechanic from New Hampshire, Bill Gagnon was hired to come down and work at a garage on 1st Street. Being seperated from his true love, his written descriptions are honest and frank that capture the mood and energy of this beachside city during its first boom days. Inspired by the wealth, progress, and enchanted weather, he sees Miami as a place where they can make their life together. In reading these accounts of the town that I have called home for the last 10 years, I was surprised to discover how applicable his accounts of 70 years ago are to the Miami I live in today. Although fashion and styles have changed, the underlying mood and feel are the same. In addition, reading their love letters has allowed me to personally get to know my grandparents. I was able to read the first part of the book of their lives. I meet them when they were at the height of their youth and saw a boundless future with unending promise. I feel truly fortunate as so many people are only able to meet their grandparents at the end of their lives and know the last chapters. "Time Machine" was exhibited at Fountain Miami in 2006 and presented by Evelyn Aimis Fine Art at PalmBeach3 as well as Palm Beach! art and antique fair in 2007. I have posted more information about this and other similar projects on: www.StevenGagnon****
27 Mar 2009
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JLH Music Consultants by James Hyman “Sound Solutions For Your Music Needs” *******www.jlhmusic****/ Whatever your demands – sound design, original composition, suggesting and sourcing existing recordings, or licensing and negotiating rights – JLH is the sound solution for your music needs when it comes to your brand e.g. Film, TV, Commercials, Computer Games etc. JLH Music was founded by JAMES HYMAN whose background includes 12 years with MTV (Senior Director/Programmer and Presenter) & DJ/Producer on XFM radio. The JLH team operates with a library of 1.5 million tracks (constantly increasing) and a continually updated digital database that’s programmed for reliable and relevant results via keywords and variables such as artist, track, genre, lyrics, bpm, mood.
20 Mar 2008
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Just a short clip to put you in the mood for Easter....lol
23 Mar 2008
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Looking for something to spice up your love life? Forget the pills and potions and get in the mood with food! Well before the pharmaceutical world stumbled upon Viagra the world looked no further than what nature provided.
25 Mar 2008
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There's nothing like a wagging tail or a friendly paw on your knee to lift your mood. Pets are therapeutic and we have scientific proof! Research shows that pets really are good for us humans. They help us fight depression,lower our blood pressure, reduce stress and prevent heart disease. All of which helps to lower health care costs. So there you have it, pets are a daily dose of good health and happiness. For more information, visit www.petsaddlife****
26 Mar 2008
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There's nothing like a wagging tail or a friendly paw on your knee to lift your mood. Pets are therapeutic and we have scientific proof! Research shows that pets really are good for us humans. They help us fight depression,lower our blood pressure, reduce stress and prevent heart disease. All of which helps to lower health care costs. So there you have it, pets are a daily dose of good health and happiness. For more information, visit www.petsaddlife****
27 Mar 2008
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There's nothing like a wagging tail or a friendly paw on your knee to lift your mood. Pets are therapeutic and we have scientific proof! Research shows that pets really are good for us humans. They help us fight depression,lower our blood pressure, reduce stress and prevent heart disease. All of which helps to lower health care costs. So there you have it, pets are a daily dose of good health and happiness. For more information, visit www.petsaddlife****
26 Mar 2008
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It feels like all we've done for the past two weeks is talk about races and racing, so for this episode of F1 Rewind we take a look at what's been happening away from the circuit. News Nico Rosberg talks about his helmet design featured on that plane. Kazuki Nakajima talks about not having his helmet design featured on any plane. And Christine looks into a possible source of Jarno Trulli's recent mood swings. Team Talk A timely reminder about F1 Digest, because we had to mention the racing at some point. F1 on the Web Featuring a different website each week to build up a directory of useful F1 bookmarks, this week Christine takes a closer look at F1 Wolf, in particular the photos from the Australian Grand Prix and the incredibly useful Engine Statistics chart. We're looking for nominations for other sites to feature, especially if they're relatively new or unknown. Please leave details, along with any other feedback, in the comments.
27 Mar 2008
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Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat Soaring in glittering splendour, the Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada. The serene loveliness of the scene is one of cool quiet, the sunlight sparkling on the marble-white pinnacles and casting dappled shadows on the pellucid waters. These white rocks with views of black and dark green volcanic seams are truly majestic, and produce a magical effect on moonlit nights The holy river flows by tranquilly flanked by the towering cliffs which reflect in it like a mirror the changing moods of nature. A little distance away, it becomes turbulent as it plunges in a mighty water fall known as Dhuandhar. In his Highlands of Central India Captain J. Forsyth speaks eloquently about the infinitely varied beauty of the rocks : "the eye never wearies of the . . . effect produced by the broken and reflected sunlight, now glancing from a pinnacle of snow-white marble reared against the deep blue of the sky as from a point of silver, touching here and there with bright lights the prominence of the middle heights and again losing itself in the soft bluish grays of their recesses. . . Here and there the white saccharine limestone is seamed by veins of dark green or black volcanic rock; a contrast which only enhances like a setting of jet, the purity of the surrounding marble." Places to visit Marble Rocks The perpendicular magnesium limestone rocks fringe the crystal clear placid waters of the Narmada providing a fascinating site. Boating facilities are available between November-May. Boating on a moonlit night, when the whole stretch of water is transformed into a sheet of liquid silver is absolutely magical. In the narrow channel of the mighty river, there is a place approached so closely from the opposite banks that the local people have aptly named it the "Monkey's Leap" . Dhuandhar Falls The Narmada, making its way through the Marble Rock,s narrows down and then plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhar or the smoke casade. So powerful is the plunge that its roar is heard from a far distance. The falls and the breaking of the volume of water at the crest present an awesome spectacle of Nature's power unleashed. Chausat Yogini Temple Situated atop a hillock and approached by a long flight of steps, the Chusat Yogini Temple commands a singularly beautiful view of the Narmada flowing through the jagged Marble Rocks. Dedicated to goddess Durga, this 10th century temple has exquisitely carved stone figures of deities belonging to the kalchuri period. According to a local legend, this ancient temple is connected to the Gond Queen Durgavati's palace through an underground passage. Soapstone Artefacts The soapstone revealed by the Narmada provides occupation to families of carvers of gods and goddesses, lingas, crosses, madonnas, ashtrays and trinket boxes.
30 Mar 2008
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