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Feanne (F, 32)
Metro Manila, PH
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    controlled chaos

    Recent commissioned work I've done for RIDES MAGAZINE. Will be used as backgrounds for their car reviews section. (For the Feb 12 2008 issue.)

    As always with my abstract works, I tried to invoke a sense of motion and controlled chaos (my own term for it). It usually ends up looking like that, like a picture of a chunk of galaxy (macrocosm) or a picture of something microscopic, like neurons (microcosm). I really enjoy expressing my experience of the world / inner space / outer space in this way.

    Thu, Dec 27, 2007  Permanent link
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    michaelerule     Thu, Dec 27, 2007  Permanent link
    ( beautiful )
    feanne     Wed, Jan 9, 2008  Permanent link
    Thank you :)
    collective matt     Thu, Aug 6, 2009  Permanent link
    Lovely art, especially the birds and the butterflies— they seem so free...

    "I am a bird, I need to fly away!"
         Thu, Aug 6, 2009  Permanent link
    Nice work!

    This site could really benefit from higher res limits implemented somehow though haha :)