We are all moving so fast and rarely take the time to stop and appreciate the world around us. Technology is a wonderful concept until it hinders us from enjoying our surroundings.

In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

I came across some delightful sculptures from artist Ryan Johnson that got me pretty excited. I'm very interested by these playful characters, full of dignified humor despite an almost laughably pathetic appearance. These guys remind me a little bit of Ed Kienholz's work too, which is

Pedestrian Sculpture by Ryan Johnson The pedestrian crossing the street looks really cool because it looks like they took a photo. It looks like they took the photo because it looks blurry. This sculpture looks real.

This piece represents movement as it shows the movement a human has to do to run

Moving artwork: the kinetic sculptures of Peter Jansen

Runner (Human Emotions), 2007 by Peter Jansen on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Marcel Duchamp Descending a Staircase. His picture, Nude Descending a Staircase, is below. Made for Time by Eli's Elisofon.

Artist Marcel Duchamp walking down a flight of stairs in a multiple exposure image reminiscent of his famous painting “Nude Descending a Staircase.” Location: New York, NY, US Date taken: 1952 Photographer: Eliot Elisofon

Kostas Varotsos, The Glass Runner (sculpture) in Athens, Greece.

Costas Varotsos ” The Runner” – in Athens The legendary sculpture “The Runner” is located in Athens since It is made entirely of dark green glass. The author of this unusual sculpture is the Greek sculptor COSTAS VAROTSOS.

As Frank clawed his way out of the pit of his mind, his true genius flew forth for the very first time.     @scottstabile

Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama working on his "Kusho" series, which represents the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces.


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