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    I've stumbled across these two sets of artworks/paintings while browsing through Stumbleupon... and thought those were interesting. Perhaps because they resemble some sort of a Ni "vision". Well needless to say that I really like them. What do you think?

    Anyone know of more stuff like these?

    Link 1: http://www.airgroom.com/













    Link 2: http://www.mts.net/~mondmann/paintings.html



















    (Gamma Fi is creepy...)

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    Nice

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    But that's not very Ni... I think that's more Ne?

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    Could be.





    These next two are by Caspar David Friedrich.









    That last one is very Ni, no?

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    Another by Friedrich.



    Hasn't Expat posted this somewhere?

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    That last picture of the man by the ocean really speaks to me. I don't know why, it just does. I think perhaps it epitomizes and sums up all that Ni aspires to be.. or is.. just looking at it gives me a really calming sense inside myself. I would be at total peace and happiness if I were in that man's position, just gazing out into the depths of the ocean and losing myself with the sensations all around me, coming up with connections to what I am feeling through my mind.

    I really love nature in general and being "one" with it.. Even though this sounds quite


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    Of those, I like this one best.
    Quote Originally Posted by tempral
    Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of what human beings can construct collectively. An individual is a tiny, humble thing in the face of a concrete gridwork. This painting sort of captures what I'm getting at. You'll need to click and see the whole thing - my favorite part of the entire deal is the little patch of sky way down in the lower right hand corner in the distance past what looks like the Washington Monument. You get a sense of some benevolent safeguard against feeling completely enveloped and entombed in unrestrained metallic sprawl - no matter how small we feel in the presence of our concrete jungles, there is always something much bigger out there to dwarf it all; something less garish and much more serene than our gnarled roads and overpasses and frenetic lights.:

    "How could we forget those ancient myths that stand at the beginning of all races, the myths about dragons that at the last moment are transformed into princesses? Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love."
    -- Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet

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    Too many to post: http://www.twilightsite.com/Fantasy/...Beksinski.html
    Very cool, very Ni.

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    One thing I've noticed about both my own art and the art of other IEI's is the dynamic aspect of it. The art tends to be very flowing and often has a rather wispy, dreamlike semblance.
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