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When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks upward, he sees the world differently than most. In his imaginative mind, he perceives the odd formations created by tall buildings as the basis for playful illustrations. To create his Sky Art, the artist first photographs odd perspectives of various urban skylines. He then fills in the strange shapes between building and atmosphere with whimsical drawings in Microsoft Paint.
Lots of cheesiness: Perhaps set it up for disappointment, not so much due to the idea that solitude was out of cowardice, but for the fact that as an internal thinker, there is no particular way of demonstrating an example model for others: I’m strictly subjective and have always claimed to be. You can’t accuse me for my weakness but rather what you would find weak if you did it. The lack of fear in solitude is important to achieve particularly increasingly in years. You can get very creative, return to the roots, in your fulfilment and that’s a fabulous and beautiful thing. But it must be reminded as it has always been transparent (but so routinely ignored in this technology) that the most beautiful thing is and always will be intimacy and love towards another. It seeks, unlike Sartre or Nietzsche (might as well continue to be immoderate) where man’s goal is himself, that that goal be the other, a tougher and more impossible (but actually more accessible) challenge when compared to the latter. A commitment continuously incontinent. hehe.
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"You know what’s the most genuine thing is? Dive on a grenade for your family"
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