Flower of Life IX – Sacred Geometry

Each .gif originates from a mixed media painting (acrylic, ink, and colored pencil) from my most recent set of ten flower of life paintings. By shifting the colors I feel as though these really breathe.

Credits: Ansel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 31

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GIF: th_hitlers[1].dance02                                                                                        DATE: 07/10/2007

Credits: totalleh.com via Ratedesi Forums

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 30

 

Somewhere on this planet, a schoolboy is nonchalantly walking to his maths class….when…suddenly….BAM…out of nowhere the school bully RKOs him cleanly, leaving him sprawled all over the floor. Moral of the story: always watch your back!

GIF: PWNED                                                                                                              DATE: 07/10/2007

Credits: Ratedesi Forums

Flower of Life VIII – Sacred Geometry

 

Each .gif originates from a mixed media painting (acrylic, ink, and colored pencil) from my most recent set of ten flower of life paintings. By shifting the colors I feel as though these really breathe.

Credits: Ansel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 29

 

A member of the ‘owned’ gif family, which were very fashionable last decade. Here, a gym bunny gets sent groundwards by a very naughty treadmill. What I find even funnier is the blonde woman who runs past the treadmill person before she falls. What kind of funny run is that haha?

GIF: owNED                                                                                                              DATE: 07/10/2007

Credits: Ratedesi Forums

Flower of Life VII – Sacred Geometry

 

Each .gif originates from a mixed media painting (acrylic, ink, and colored pencil) from my most recent set of ten flower of life paintings. By shifting the colors I feel as though these really breathe.

Credits: Ansel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry