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Description: SceneCON2007 hungary scene party GFX compo wallpaper by Dary / AmigaSYS


Submitter:  Dary - More Photos from Dary  
Last Update: 19-Jun-2007 Hits: 2001 Rating: 5.00 (7 votes)Comments: 1 post
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amygdala 
Re: Amiga Back for the future 2007
Posted on 20-Jun-2007 23:53:11
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Wow. Such a wonderful interpretive treatment of the boing ball and the i-cube/square. I also like the way "Amiga" is spelled with plasma-like cells that echo the i-cube/square. It reminds the viewer of the platform's digital origins but suggests much more. The angular square and cube elements contrast starkly with swirled elements that culminate in whispery filaments of smoke. To me this suggests organic flow developing from (or developing into) the digital world. Are the geometric structures issuing from the organic shapes or are the organic shapes arising from the boing structures? This is left plesantly ambiguous for the viewer to consider.

It's a fabulous piece of work!

I really like it.

- Amygdala

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AmigaClyde 
Re: Amiga Back for the future 2007
Posted on 30-Dec-2007 5:31:05
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From: Noranda Canada

Vewry nice indeed. very artistic.


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