Sunday, 28 June 2015

Divine Nature: Insect Heads

To continue my exploration of Universal Creativity, today I stood into the Macro World and decided to concentrate on the head of a Fly and other insects. Simple, but how amazing! I am completely sure that our world is as amazing in the MACRO scale as much as in MICRO. So no matter how far away or how deep into the object or space you are heading.. everything is designed and mastered up to perfect perfection!
ISN'T THIS SUPER COOL? Aren't you already boiling with creative juices? I made 25 jewellery collections in my head when looking at these. Click on the picture to ZOOM IN!



Thank you for reading, 
May your day be blessed with creativity!

Friday, 26 June 2015

Divine Nature Series: Animal Eyes

Hi guys!
I decided that I might entertain you a little bit with smaller or bigger collections of amazing photo-proof that our Planet and everything that we can touch is not just an accident. I won't debate with anyone, but I would like to show everyone that something like this, something so beautiful, could have not been created just like that. Let's not speak about God or Religion. Let's just appreciate the fact that this is far beyond anything that a human being can make. So there definitely is something or someone, who is the best ever artist of all times, spaces and places!
Go through these pictures, indulge your eye and imagination, listen to what your heart says! 





Thank you so much for reading this! 
Lots of love, 

Divine Nature Series: Dragonfly Wings.

I guess you already figured this out by now that I started a new inspirational series of Facebook Posts called DIVINE NATURE.
I decided to do this, because all my inspiration comes from nature, so I wanted to inspire you guys too!
Today's Theme: Dragonfly Wings. Now look at these pictures! Don't you think these are perfect stained glass artworks? It's not easy to guess and it is also a well known fact, that all the architectural and industrial glass constructions are based on this!

Leonardo Da Vinci spent his lifetime inventing machinery based on his observation of elements of nature. I read that he would sit for hours exploring every leaf on making hundreds of sketches to figure out the proportions, the physics, the grace of a simple leaf, a butterfly , a beetle. This way he was trying to re-create nature's motors, geometry and construction into real life. There is even a whole branch of architectural science called Bionics. So people carefully study how the real natural objects look like and build their creations based upon this knowledge. So fascinating! Nature is the best teacher and the best example of perfection!



























Thank you so much for popping in and reading this! I hope I could inspire you for some new creation or just sparked an interesting inner conversation in your heart. In any ways! Thank you so much for reading,