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For it is not the shape, but their use, that makes them angels.
There are very complex shapes which would be the same from close by and far away.
Since the design of the movement is paramount, shape, for me, should have no significance.
It is necessary that the object that the artist is shaping, whether it be a vase of clay or a fishing boat, be significant of something other than itself. This object must be a sign as well as an object; a meaning must animate it, and make it say more than it is.
A person's irregular surfaces are what make us interesting.
From the outset my main concern was with the shape and the self-contained nature of discrete things, the curve of banisters on a staircase, the molding of a stone arch over a gateway, the tangled precision of the blades in a tussock of dried grass.
We have to stop this idea that we have to be a certain shape.
If you look at a shape like a straight line, what's remarkable is that if you look at a straight line from close by, from far away, it is the same; it is a straight line.
I have been a multitude of shapes, Before I assumed a consistent form.
The Devil hath power
To assume a pleasing shape.
Know what suits you. Now I understand proportion and recognise the shapes that look good on my figure.
Beauty: it curves, curves are beauty. Shapely goddesses, Venus, Juno: curves the world admires.
There is no man on earth who can give a final judgment on what the most beautiful shape may be. Only God knows.
THE BODY SHOULD be triangular, the mind circular. The triangle represents the generation of energy and is the most stable physical posture. The circle symbolizes serenity and perfection, the source of unlimited techniques. The square stands for solidity, the basis of applied control.
In geometry Anne met her Waterloo. "It's perfectly awful stuff, Marilla," she groaned. "I'm sure I'll never be able to make heads or tail of it. There is not scope for imagination in it at all.
There are not many original shapes or silhouettes
only a million variations.
It doesn't really exist; it's just basically lots of different stages between the two pieces, and you end up with, like, a third shape that doesn't exist but is suggested to you by the image.
Geometry alone is not enough to portray human desires, expressions, aspirations, joys. We need more.
Circles and getting rid of everything else.
Rule of criticism: only attend to the shape, and the purpose will manifest itself.
Somewhere in the shape sighs take.
Things shape themselves before my eyes just as a I draw them.
So full of shapes is fancy That it alone is high fantastical.
No matter what the illusion created, it is a flat canvas and it has to be organized into shapes ...
Crazy's favorite shape is a circle.
Visual forms are not perceived differently from colors or brightness. They are sense qualities, and the visual character of geometry consists in these sense qualities.
Shapers" are independent thinkers: curious, non-conforming, and rebellious. They practice brutal, nonhierarchical honesty. And they act in the face of risk, because their fear of not succeeding exceeds their fear of failing.
Beauty is geometry.
The object of Art is to give life a shape.
And we must invent dynamic designs to go with them and express them in equally dynamic shapes: triangles, cones, spirals, ellipses, circles, etc.
Example is a bright looking-glass, universal and for all shapes to look into.
It's something you don't see until it's gone-the shapes and things have and the ways in which the people around you mould the shapes.
Pure geometrical regularity gives a certain pleasure to men troubled by the obscurity of outside appearance. The geometrical line is something absolutely distinct from the messiness, the confusion, and the accidental details of existing things.
There is no geometry here; or rather there is a secret, infinitely non-Eucledian and subtle geometry, a secret harmony that the mind seizes before the intelligence.
The right angle is one of the world's basic shapes.
Love had a thousand shapes.
Before computers, you'd start designing using shapes of cubes. Now I can start with something like a handkerchief, an object that doesn't have strong inside and outside boundaries or much closed volume.
I'm a square that wants to become a circle.
Models come in all sizes and shapes.
Such is the strength of art, rough things to shape.
I guess a sock is also a geometric shape - technically - but I don't know what you'd call it. A socktagon?
What's the matter?" said the old man. "Can't you make up your mind what kind you want?"
The kid laughed. "I want them all." He threw his hands out. "I'm learning everything!"
He opened one of the books. "Look ... geometry ... triangles ...
Where there is matter, there is geometry.
We endeavour to employ only symmetrical figures, such as should not only be an aid to reasoning, through the sense of sight, but should also be to some extent elegant in themselves.
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soul it shaped. Laurel
Since the age of six I have had the habit of sketching forms of objects. Although from about fifty I have often published my pictorial works, before the seventieth year none is worthy.
Pour a liquid out of its container, and it changes shape, fills the space you give it. If you give children a lot of space, it may surprise you where they'll go and the shape they'll take.
The eye searches for shapes. It searches for a beginning, a middle, and an end.
The trouble is, writing the damn thing is like unscrewing your skull and pouring the contents of your brain into an empty tank. The tank has a shape, more or less - has more or less defined edges, a bottom and sides. But what it mostly has is volume: a hungry space I've somehow got to fill.
Flowers construct the most charming geometries: circles like the sun, ovals, cones, curlicues and a variety of triangular eccentricities, which when viewed with the eye of a magnifying glass seem a Lilliputian frieze of psychedelic silhouettes.
Did one learn or was one shaped?
The whole of nature is an endless demonstration of shape and form. It always surprises me when artists try to escape from this.
Art is when things appear rounded.
Because it does feel important to say it really doesn't matter what shape you are.
...words so precisely placed that in combination with other words, also precisely placed, they carve out a shape in space and time.
Smooth shapes are very rare in the wild but extremely important in the ivory tower and the factory.
Geometry is the archetype of the beauty of the world.
We were looking at the sequence, not the shape.
I conceived and developed a new geometry of nature and implemented its use in a number of diverse fields. It describes many of the irregular and fragmented patterns around us, and leads to full-fledged theories, by identifying a family of shapes I call fractals.
The most straight seems curved.
Fire, air, earth, and water are bodies and therefore solids, and solids are contained in planes, and plane rectilinear figures are made up of triangles.
My purpose is to tell of bodies that have been changed into shapes of different kinds.
It is according to the shapes that I lay the plans for victory, but the multitude does not comprehend this. Although everyone can see the outward aspects, none understands the way in which I have created victory.
The shapes of letters do not derive their beauty from any sensual or sentimental reminiscences. No one can say that the O's roundness appeals to us only because it is like that of an apple or of a girl's breast or of the full moon. Letters are things, not pictures of things.
I've learned something on the road, traveling around: state shapes. The easier it is to draw the shape of the state, the harder it is to live in that state. So, if you live in a regular polygon, get the hell outta there. You gotta move to a squiggly area. Culture's attracted to squiggles.
I see the world in rectangles. If I am talking to someone, I find myself analysing their face, working out how to recreate it in bricks.
When I work I have a sculptor's sense of the shape of the words I'm making. I use a machine with larger than average letters: the bigger the better.
I try to construct a picture in which shapes, spaces, colors, form a set of unique relationships, independent of any subject matter. At the same time I try to capture and translate the excitement and emotion aroused in me by the impact with the original idea.
The Shadow-maker shapes forever.
But you want to see shapes; you want to see stories, so you pick them out of the sky.
[On peanut M&Ms:] It is the eggness of them. A shell, chocolate placenta, proteiny peanut baby. Life shape, birth shape, cell shape, protoplasmic-ooze shape. A shape that calls straight through civilization to our reptilian brains.
You ask me what I'm looking for, and I outline you.
you don't recognize the shape, offer other names.
you say my time will come, and I hope.
An image begins taking shape. Soon, however, it becomes diagonally deformed, like italics, and disappears like a flame blown out. Then the whole process starts again. The image strains to right itself. Trembling, it tries to give concrete form to something. But the image will not come together.
I love when things bend out of shape. That's why I love drum and bass music.
triangle of my mons,
An artist must struggle to accept the shape of this universe - and achieve some important successes ...
Nature itself rests on an internal foundation of archetypal principles symbolized by numbers, shapes, and their arithmetic and geometric relationships.
Grief, first take on shape! what is shapeless causes fear and torment but when the enemy materializes, half the victory is won.
Beauty is all about form; proportions and the relationships between one line and another.
The 'squaring of the circle' is one of the many archetypal motifs which form the basic patterns of our dreams and fantasies. But it is distinguished by the fact that it is one of the most important of them from the functional point of view. Indeed, it could even be called the archetype of wholeness.
Geometry is the art of correct reasoning from incorrectly drawn figures.
Geometry enlightlens the intellect and sets one's mind right
Geometry draws the soul towards truth.
It's one of the shapes money takes when it freezes.
Being a square keeps you from going around in circles.
The object of art is to give life shape.
Modern man lives more and more in a preponderantly geometric order. All human creation mechanical or industrial is dependent upon geometric intentions.
Lines and angles, flat and bland,
raise these volumes and make them stand.
I used to like the foods that come in abstract shapes: chicken nuggets, Fruit Roll-Ups, hot dogs.
Fashion is to please your eye. Shapes and proportions are for your intellect.
In the products of the unconscious we discover mandala symbols, that is, circular and quaternity figures which express wholeness, and whenever we wish to express wholeness, we employ just such figures.
Everything tries to be round.
Human nature is like water. It takes the shape of its container.
You can look at the words on this paper and, because they are the ones I am used to choosing, they will show you the shape of me. I am here to be read in the way you might read the impression of my weight in a bed after a still night, a restless night, a night not alone.
A tree nowhere offers a straight line or a regular curve, but who doubts that root, trunk, boughs, and leaves embody geometry?
Some people were born to the shape they would occupy all their lives.
It is through geometry that one purifies the eye of the soul.
A point contains more unknowns than anything else; it need but stir, move, and it may turn into thousands of curves, thousands of bodies. I
When people look at clouds they do not see their real shape, which is no shape at all, or every shape, because they are constantly changing. They see whatever it is that their heart yearns for.