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  • Studio del Logo per i Polluterz, my Brothers

    https://soundcloud.com/polluterz

    Concept: Pollution / Chemistry / Energy / Irregular Shapes

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Polluterz/544425388911790?fref=ts
  • “Quello che è accaduto è che la Nausea è scomparsa. Quando la voce s’è levata, nel silenzio, ho sentito il mio corpo indurirsi e la Nausea è svanita. Di colpo: è stato quasi doloroso diventar così duro, tutto rutilante. Nel tempo stesso la durata della musica si dilatava, si gonfiava come una tromba d’aria. Colmava la sala con la sua trasparenza metallica, schiacciando contro i muri il nostro tempo miserabile.
    Io sono dentro la musica.” (JPS, La Nausea)

    Special Thanks to Carlaccio, you matafakka nr.1 :-D
  • Ensō (円相) is a Japanese word meaning "circle" and a concept strongly associated with Zen. Ensō is one of the most common subjects ofJapanese calligraphy even though it is a symbol and not a character. It symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and the void; it can also symbolize the Japanese aesthetic itself. As an "expression of the moment" it is often considered a form of minimalist expressionist art.
  • In Zen Buddhist painting, ensō symbolizes a moment when the mind is free to simply let the body/spirit create. The brushed ink of the circle is usually done on silk or rice paper in one movement (Bankei, however, occasionally used two strokes) and there is no possibility of modification: it shows the expressive movement of the spirit at that time. Zen Buddhists "believe that the character of the artist is fully exposed in how she or he draws an ensō. Only a person who is mentally and spiritually complete can draw a true ensō. Some artists will practice drawing an ensōdaily, as a kind of spiritual practice."
  • Some artists paint ensō with an opening in the circle, while others complete the circle. For the former, the opening may express various ideas, for example that the ensō is not separate, but is part of something greater, or that imperfection is an essential and inherent aspect of existence (see also the idea of broken symmetry and wabi-sabi). The principle of controlling the balance of composition through asymmetry and irregularity is an important aspect of the Japanese aesthetic: Fukinsei (不均斉), the denial of perfection.
    The ensō is also a sacred symbol in the Zen school of Buddhism, and is often used by Zen masters as a form of signature in their religious artwork. For more on the philosophy behind this seeHitsuzendo, the Way of the Brush or Zen Calligraphy
  • Massive thanks to my catalan flatmates Nuria Torres Ferrer