Marks and Remarks
Food for the Mind and Eye

No. 0077, June 18, 2015

DEPT. OF MONOTHEMATIC PERMUTATIONS


The Recyclable Waste Variations

     The recyclable waste in question is a bundle of compressed corrugated cartons. To be exact, a photograph thereof from my collection of images of garbage of all sorts. (I love garbage every bit as much as I love rot, ruin and decay.) The image has been optically and digitally transmogrified using mirrors, smoke, and algorithms. From a couple of dozen of the more interesting results Prickles picked the hereinunder presented four:




Copyright 2015 by S. W. Paul Wyszkowski




Copyright 2015 by S. W. Paul Wyszkowski




Copyright 2015 by S. W. Paul Wyszkowski




Copyright 2015 by S. W. Paul Wyszkowski


     OK, so it's not the most profound and inspiring Art you have ever seen, but it's interesting, I think. "You mean aesthetically?" Prickles inquires. Both technically and aesthetically. "Goldberg Variations it isn't," she says.



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