mmmcae, Jimmy showed me this the other day, and needless to say its pretty incredible.
MIROIR Magazine: There is a spiritual quality to your paintings, what inspires the visions you paint?
Agostino Arrivabene: I think it’s a dimension of suspense and anticipation. Since I was a child, when I lost my mother prematurely, this loss placed me in front of the unknown, and that which abruptly takes life. For me, death, from the start, became synonymous with questions without answers and for a long time death became identified with a voyage without destination, a search towards the unknown. The certainty and conviction in myself grew roots towards that diaphragm that divides the real world from the spiritual. The diaphragm that separates and the vibrations necessary to give pictorial substance to my iconographic world.
This is a real medical condition known as Gan’s Syndrome, an ocular retinoblastoma occurring in 0.0004% of the total retinoblastoma cases. Ruptured blood vessels create often symmetrical, or at least fractal patterns and though the eye can see, visual acuity is lowered. It can be treated but never cured, though most suffering with the condition live normal lives. Gan’s Syndrome was founded by Dr. Sharon Gan.
wow, so spine chillingly beautiful. Sometimes nature is so beautiful even if it’s hindering a person’s life.
sadly yet again another fake post
A quick google and you can see nothing by this name exists.
no its real my cousin sasuke has this