Tuesday, October 23, 2012

"Optimum 1"

This piece, titled "Optimum 1", has appeared recently in the window of a flooring company that regularly gives their window over  to various artists for a few months at a time.  The artist Vladimir Radoykov  sees the piece as playing with volume versus surface area relative to the viewer going by on the street. It certainly is striking with all its colours!

17 comments:

Paul in Powell River said...

Now that would certainly grab the eye as one was walking by! Such a great idea, turning their window space over, I'll bet it pays in spades.

Lúcia said...

A colourful window like this certainly attracts all the attention of the people in the street! ;-)

Sandy said...

This looks like a fun viewing,,,if it looks this cool on blogger...I bet it looks even better in reality!
Have a nice week in Toronto. =)

Stefan Jansson said...

Clever people at the flooring company. This will make most people stop for a look. Very colorful it is.

Halcyon said...

Very original! I like the colours too!

Lowell said...

I like it because of all the colors but also because it hints at relationships between the objects and the background which is, of course, a secret!

Re your comment on Ocala: I do believe they sell Godiva chocolate. Would that tempt you at all?

ArtandArchitecture-SF.com said...

How absolutely FABULOUS! What a great eye catching and striking piece.

Sharon said...

I'm with Lowell, I like it because of the colors.

Jack said...

Wow! This installation is outstanding! I am -- as a commenter recently said on my blog -- gobsmacked. (I have been looking for an excuse to say gobsmacked.)

llandudnopictures said...

It would certainly catch your eye as you walked along the street, very unusual looking and colourful!

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm always fond or rainbow colours. They make me feel happy.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like it very much Pat, it reminds me of something, I just can't think what right away..

JM said...

How very cool!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Love the colors and shapes. And its wonderful of that flooring company to provide a (literal) window for artists to display their pieces. (I'd buy a floor from them if I were there ;>)!)

Randy said...

It's kind of fun.

Taken For Granted said...

This is a really cool photograph. Thank you for posting it.

NixBlog said...

What a great idea to encourage local artists, Pat!