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Classic Ocampo use of completely rational shapes to create an optical illusion

Proves that every country has complete dumbasses!

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Museo Jumex, David Chipperfield; Mexico City. Image © Iwan Baan

Huichol Art - ☮ Mandalas Psychedelic , hippie, Indian, illustration, art, design ~

“I work extremely intuitively. I wander, I respond. I don’t work rationally at all” Magnum photographer Alex Webb discusses his approach to photography, Mexico and the deeper inspirations behind his work in our new feature. Link in bio. PHOTO: Cemetery. Matamoros, Mexico. 1978. © @webb_norriswebb/#MagnumPhotos #Mexico #LaCalle #streetphotography

Tamara Vega, of Mexico, falls off her horse Douce de Roulad, during the equestrian show jumping stage of the women's modern pentathlon at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

“It is essential to an architect to know how to see: I mean, to see in such a way that the vision is not overpowered by rational analysis. … And it may not be out of place to quote another great friend of mine and of the Arts, the poet Carlos Pellicer: Through sight the good and the bad / we do perceive / Unseeing eyes / Souls deprived of hope.” - Luis Barragán

Danzón ( Pina Bausch) Set Design Peter Pabst/Costume Design Marion Cito Music Songs and Arias from Francesco Cilea, Umberto Giordano, Gustav Mahler, Instrumental music from Henry Purcell, Camille Saint-Saëns, Songs and pop music from Mexico, Argentina, Greece and Portugal, Jazz music from Ben Webster, Billie Holiday, Johnny Hodges, music from America and Japan Premiere 13. May 1995