One of the biggest joys of having time on my hand is the opportunity to wander through cyberspace as if it were a book store or a library, on the look out for finds. When work is calling I (have to) downsize time spend on this, but so far, the way I have organized access to the cyberspace seems to work for me. Time: I scan all, no time, I have no trouble picking out the essentials. Here I want to share some art finds, all about colour, as different as they come, and still to me intimately connected through their cityscape focus.
The first shows what a bit a colour can do to a Mexican slum:
The second is what city colours can do to you when you open your eyes to them as did Lithuanian photographer Agne Gintalaite when she started noticing the Sovjet-era garage doors in a suburb of Vilnius:
The third is about what even shades of grey can do to uplift:
Check out the sources, and enjoy more.