Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Three Muses Challenge - Maps

A friend of mine sent a link to an incredible site that allows you to have a 360 degree view of the Sistine Chapel. (http://www.vatican.va/various/cappelle/sistina_vr/index.html) It made me think of what people would look like depending on where you looked on a map. Those thoughts influenced the digital collage I made for The Three Muses Challenge for this week - maps.

19 comments:

  1. Must check that site out, like the image you did.

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  2. Stay on the medication, Bill. This is a great piece!!! I like your different approach. That's what makes the challenges fun.
    (Thanks for the tip on the guy journaler. I'm going to go visit him now).

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  3. Bill,
    I really like the direction you took in this challenge.
    It reminds me of the Kevin Costner film Robin Hood where Morgan Freeman's character, a moor, answers a little girls' question why was he painted black? He answered Because god loves infinate variety!!

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  4. Wow, Bill this is magnificent map art, love it!

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  5. This is a fabulous piece, Bill! So inventive and beautiful.

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  6. Very cool and original Bill...I like that your always running around outside the box!

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  7. wouaouh Bill!
    This is excellent!
    You're unique!
    Happy new year to you & yours!

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  8. I'm glad you liked that site, I thought you would.
    You've made a fantastic collage, I love it Bill.xx

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  9. Another great digital project!

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  10. Love this colourful collage, too. I was in the Sixtina and was a bit disappointed because it's shady inside so that the masterpices of Michelangelo, Boticelli et al. don't show well to their advantage.

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  11. Thanks for the cool link, Bill! Great original art, too.

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  12. This is wonderful, Bill. I like you your mind works!

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  13. This is awesome, Bill. Very creative and thought-provoking.

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  14. This is brilliant. You always say something profound.

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  15. Oh wow, Bill, a fantastic concept. Bravo my friend.

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