The blogger Nessa, recently made a post about colours titled: The most perfect colour. This is an excerpt from one of my responses.

Just to give you an idea of how much I like colours . . . my favourite clothes, regular objects, or furniture are either black or white. My favourite wall paint? Dark grey. If you are looking for a colour explosion, just visit my blog and observe the layout and banner–or my avatar for that matter.

Just to note in case my preferences dramatically change, the tone of the quote is meant to be ironic and sarcastic.

Nessa adores colours. She posted two links to illustrate her choice of art. I am reciprocating with a personal favourite called “Invader” by Eireen on Deviant Art. It is an example of my personal artistic aesthetic, representing what I consider to be acceptable colour levels. Surprisingly, it is under the Macabre and Horror category. Perhaps it is my science fiction fascination, but I see plenty of beauty and little in the way of horror and macabre. Granted, this is coming from someone who considers the fusion of human and machine as the next desirable and logical step in evolution.

Regardless, enjoy.

Invader by Eireen


3 responses to “Aesthetic

  1. guess i think i love colours too,but i am down with red and black…

    …. A lovelly post you have here….

  2. Your aesthetic also revolves around sci-fi 🙂

    I think my post about colors shows a bit of what I like, but it doesn’t fully reflect my aesthetic preferences. I will probably make another one soon.

  3. Hacoco: I can tolerate wine red but not bright red. As for liking black, I understandably have no objections.

    Welcome, by the way. How appropriate with my fascination of science fiction, that the first commenter of this blog entry be from Ebene Cyber City. I was unfamiliar with it, and it was not until I looked it up that I realized why–it is fairly new. I approve not only of the name, but of the ambitious project of trying to make it the first cyber city in the world.

    Nessa: Cybernetic art of the kind shown above is incredibly appealing to me. Unfortunately, I do not possess as much as I would like to.

    I would be interested in seeing more examples of your aesthetic leanings. We overlap on a few points, but diverge on more–at least from what I have seen thus far.

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