Monday, June 29, 2009

Something Fishy is going on :D

I loved this piece of news when I read and and I missed looking at the design so I cam to see it on my blog but I discovered this post was never published! so here it is in case you missed it :)

I really admire the artist who designed this beautiful Jellyfish

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Blogger زهرة الراوي said...

حلوة كللللللللش ..
ذكرتينا بالخطوط مالت جنوب أمريكا اللي مديعرفون منو مسويها وبهاية الدقة ولتشكيل هيجي رسمات غريبة بأماكن مهجورة .. اللي كتبنا عنها في متهجولون باب غرائب العالم

أحلى شي وأدق شي الجلي فش :)
شكراً على الفيديو الجميل

6/29/2009 11:34 PM  
Blogger Khalid from said...

Thank you Attawie for the video and yes it's a nice artistic work.


6/30/2009 3:10 AM  
Blogger David said...

I have never seen a crop circle shaped like a jellyfish before! They are usually just geometric shapes. Some people claim the circles are formed by alien spacecraft from other planets landing on Earth. Well, I think it is possible that aliens have visited Earth, but the crop circles are probably just made by very imaginative and artistic farmers. :)

This reminds me of the Nazca Lines in Peru. They are giant ancient works of art carved into the ground in the shape of various animals that can only be seen from high in the air. The people who created the Nazca Lines disappeared a long time ago. They are one of the great mysteries of the world!

6/30/2009 11:03 AM  
Blogger moonlight said...

oooo it's so pretty. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

7/01/2009 7:57 AM  
Blogger attawie said...

دا ابحوش و اقرة الاخبار اليومية و شفت هذا الفديو.. اكو بعد كومه مثله و بعض الناس يربطون بين الموضوعين على اساس انه كلها زوار من الفضاء

You're welcomed.

Actually I've been looking for symbols that may look good on clay and found a lot of beautiful ones form Mesopotamian ones that I used. and I remember the Maya, they had beautiful symbols too. Checked Peru's Nazca and read a lot about them. I sort of have my own theory on how they draw it :D

formed that theory while i was taking History of Arts courses.

Glad you liked it :)

7/01/2009 10:57 AM  
Blogger David said...


Perhaps you already know of this website, but if not, you might get some artistic inspiration from its pictures. This site provides a very extensive interactive photo archive of the treasures of the Iraq Museum in Baghdad. I am amazed that some of its artifacts are 7000 years old!

I have been very interested in Maya culture for many years. I studied about them in some of my anthropology classes in college, and I have read a lot about them since then. I agree, their hieroglyphic script and artistic accomplishments are beautiful to see!

I am interested in your theory about the Nazca lines. You can tell me if you like. :)

7/02/2009 12:02 AM  
Anonymous Hwa Rang said...

these people are really talented, i think you'll be talented too Atta :P

7/08/2009 3:55 AM  
Blogger attawie said...

it's a silly theory that includes a lot of attawie's philosophical nonsense but once I have time I'll share with you all.

Hwa Rang,
thank you.

7/12/2009 11:26 AM  

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