Famous blue raincoat.
The crude green of the trees against the cloudy sky.
Fitting your thoughts into white boxes.
After finishing my collage class in Bucharest, I sometimes see the world in a different light. This class made me aware of the color harmony that exists in the world. I’m now aware of patterns in the day-to-day life that I wouldn’t have noticed before. I see unconnected pieces that I would integrate into a collage just because the colors match perfectly. I see clothes or shop displays that catch my eye just because they ingeniously mix colors.
Some of the chromatic scenes I love:
– a small house on a back alley in Jerusalem
– a funky store in Hong Kong, Marimekko (which is actually Finnish)
– another store display, of a socks and stockings shop in Nara, Japan
– seeds drying on a sidewalk in Tagaytay, Philippines
– the bright blue of a boat on the Puerto Princesa Underground River, Philippines
– the blue again, in Israel
– the discrete nuances of green and yellow in the paper strips with messages written on them
“v-am lasat saraci si prosti …v-am gasit si mai saraci si mai prosti” ( Constantin Brancusi )
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