Thursday, July 30, 2015


LEVEL 1: A Flawed Painting
"Abstract W7" by Nathan Coppedge

LEVEL 2: Stylish Personal Items

A handbag from Etsy. "Styluses" from Etsy.

LEVEL 3: The Life of Picasso

A near-perfect composition by Picasso.

LEVEL 4: Surrealism / trick symbolism

"The Persistance of Memory" by Salvador Dali.

LEVEL 5: Most Non-Evocative Op-Art
An example of (evocative) Op-Art by Baartman.

LEVEL 6: 1 Mathematical Hyperbolic Geometry

From the forthcoming Dimensional Mathematics Toolkit.

LEVEL 7: The Best Work of Braque, Malevich, or Max Weber

LEVEL 8: A Rain Forest

An image of a rainforest.

LEVEL 9: Mon Crests of Japan

A Japanese heraldic crest.

LEVEL 10: Metaphysical Typology

Chinese Box, from Nathan Coppedge's "Systemo".

LEVEL 11: The World of M.C. Escher

A work by M.C. Escher.

LEVEL 12: The Roichus / Eridianism

LEVEL 13: The Mime or The Mime Chamber (I had also called it Midnight the Clown): a dream I had of a clown that walks into and out of a room shaped like a Yin-Yang. His hat is shaped like a pagoda, which is oh-so-significant: the immortal within the transient also originally called 'God winking'.

Generalize about the best examples, and we can create an entire universe that is Sublime!

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