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Christoph Bader (Germany) - wired uk 0513 0711

Processes that produce shapes are a central theme of Christoph Bader’s work: “To me this is a switch from a product oriented thinking to a process oriented way of working. This if often called generative or procedural design. In generative design you as a designer are no longer manly concerned about the outcome or the final product rather you are focused on the process which generates the final result. Designing processes is the business of a generative designer. These processes generate theoretically infinitely many outcomes and as such can be a valuable tool.”

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Parth Kothekar is an Indian artist from Ahmedabad. His awesome papercut artworks are all sketched and hand carved individually from single sheets of paper using a pencil and papercut knife.

Silhouettes have always fascinated me. All of the creations can be defined just by the light from their surroundings and that’s what makes everything beautiful

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The Astonishing Body Painting Art of Gesine Marwedel

I studied “rehabilitation science” from 2005 to 2008 and finished with the BA graduation.Now I am working as a speech- therapist since 2009, studied aditionally creative- therapy, which I completed 2011 with the diploma.  Furthermore I´m involved in a project at the children´s hospital in Dortmund, where I do musics and arts with ill and handicapped children.  In Addition I continue working as an artist, doing Bodypainting, Hennapainting, Wallpaining and Paintings on canvas. My style is mostly realistic or surrealistic.

Materials I prefer are oil on wood or oil on canvas, but I use a lot of different colors and materials, such as pastel, chalk, acryl paints or pencils. For the Bodypaintings I use eudermic colours only. 

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