motion: the art of movement

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“Dance has to come from within and not by imitating others and biting their style. It’s all about being true to yourself.”

- BBoy Serge


Laments of an Icarus

The paramours of courtesans
Are well and satisfied, content.
But as for me my limbs are rent
Because I clasped the clouds as mine.

I owe it to the peerless stars
Which flame in the remotest sky
That I see only with spent eyes
Remembered suns I knew before.

In vain I had at heart to find
The center and the end of space.
Beneath some burning, unknown gaze
I feel my very wings unpinned

And, burned because I beauty loved,
I shall not know the highest bliss,
And give my name to the abyss
Which waits to claim me as its own.  

Charles Baudelaire 

Images:  Ludovic Florent -  Poussières d’étoiles (Stardust) 


Floating on the rays of sunrise by Jaap Berghoef
Via Flickr:
The marshes of the nature reserve Agger Tange behind the dunes of the North Sea near Agger (North Jutland, Denmark) in the light of the rising sun.


Translucent Iridescent Redux! Turn on your favourite chill out music and watch this visual 💿🌈 #translucent #iridescent #machineast #pearl #chillout #chill #cloth #c4d #adobe #aftereffects #art #design #wave #holographic #rainbow #colors #motiongraphics #motion #movement #modernart

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Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili

Gjon Mili was an Albanese photographer, living in New York, who was born in 1904 and died in 1984, of a pneumonia. Known for his black and white long exposure pictures, he has worked a long time on artists portraits for magazine Life. On that time, the long exposure didn’t exist on the tools of cameras ; to get this effect, he used stroboscopic lights to illustrate the action and movements sequences.