"Gazing on beautiful things acts on my soul"
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475- 1564)
Pode entrar, a porta esta sempre aberta, aqui voce ingressa em muitos sonhos que se misturam com algumas realidade.


Welcome, my door is always open, here you will find a lot of dreams and a bit of my reality.



City of Lyon's annual Festival of Lights

Bourrasque, by London-based designer Paul Cocksedge, is meant to represent a large collection of papers blowing away in the wind. Made for France's City of Lyon's annual Festival of Lights, each sheet of "paper" is made from a special conductive material that lights up when a current is passed through it. All are the exact size of a standard piece of printer paper and were formed by hand to obtain their dynamic shapes. Over 200 sheets make up this installation as it stretches over 80ft in length. Mesmerizing!

Via http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/paul-cocksedge#!/photos/89233/8

This installation by Paul Cocksedge is an interesting piece submitted for London Design Festival 2010. Entitled ‘A Gust of Wind,’ Paul Cocksedge made the work to look like a stack of papers being blown into the sky by a breeze.
The sheets are made of Corian and were placed in the hallway of the Victoria & Albert Museum. Each sheet is handmade and engraved by Paul Cocksedge, and were given away to attendees at the end of the event.