Take you best ideas, write them and after try to destroy them! In a first look this seems to be quite strange, but after I had read this article at LinkedInthe idea seems to be very reasonable (and even logical). I liked even more because it confronts those Facebook quotes like “Because he didn’t know that was impossible, he did it!” or “Never be afraid to show your ideas, because to have no ideas to propose is worst!”, among so many others. Just hate those quotes… Astro Teller, Chief of Google “MoonShots” projects, explains that, at the “X” Projects from Google (Google X, Google Glass, Google Driveless Car, etc.) the company promotes the “pre mortem” of ideas. That means that, on the contrary of the post mortem concept where you review your original idea trying to find out where it failed, at pre mortem you try to show and prove, in every way, why your idea is faded to fail. The strategy is very simple. You try constantly to prove that your idea doesn’t worth any effort, wouldn’t work,…
shall not be found among you anyone who burns his son or his daughter
as an offering,[a] anyone who practices divination or tells fortunes
or interprets omens, or a sorcerer 11 or a
charmer or a medium or a necromancer or one who inquires of the dead,
for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord" Dt.
18, 10 - 12
Metal bands probably would have all of its components burned and
stoned (not necessarily in this order) in those times, 5.000 years
ago. With its lyrics full filed with death, witchcraft,
references to ancient satanic rituals and demons, those bands become
easy targets of religious fanatic or simply unenlightened people, who
believe that the mere fact
wear a shirt of any of these bands and listen to their music turns
you into a follower of Lucifer. Okay that early black metal was part
of a movement against Christianity, often
followers to literally burn churches. But particularly I listen black
metal as well as othe…
Perdoem-me os pintores. Não quero de modo algum desmerecê-los ou diminuir sua arte e seu trabalho. O que vou postar simplesmente mostra que não tenho nenhum conhecimento de arte abstrata (ou qualquer outra linha de pinturas). Eu sempre achei que quem pintava um quadro Abstrato, em sua maioria, eram pessoas que não sabiam pintar. Por exemplo, em 1923, Kazimir Malevich pintou "Black Square". Porra véi! Um quadrado preto... Exposta no Museu Russo.
Claro, existe toda uma história e técnica envolvida nessa escola, além de suas vertentes, as quais eu desconheço profundamente. Assim como também existem quadros abstratos belíssimos, que eu nunca conseguiria conceber, como os abstratos de Wassily Kandinsky, Albert Gleizes e Arthur Dove.
Tenho um tio que já se aventurava nesse mundo: Então resolvi eu mesmo me aventurar nesse mundo e mostrar toda minha falta de técnica e veia artística para pintura. Meu primeiro (e talvez único) quadro: Utilizei toda minha técnica de ogro para produzi…