Simplicity is not minimalism

Eggs and chicken, in the end, simplicity is best.

The revenge of the visual economy in art.

Manners show that you are an attractive, empathic picture. It’s a way of showing that images are living things.

Life imitates art, for surely, it’s complicated. The more you understand, the better you can find the solution.

Simplicity is legible minimalism.

The art of drawing is the art of omission

The art of drawing is the art of omission.

Max Liebermann

The art of drawing is the art of omission

The egg-chicken hybrid was the first, like those mermaids who are more ancient than both fishes and human beings.

The harder part of art criticism is a fossilized theory.

simplicity too much information

Which was the first, chicken or egg? Theory is often different from practice. Hard choices, easy life. Easy choices, hard life.

egg or chicken

New rationale, old goal: twisted humor, full circle reasonning. He who knows what best to omit is the best teacher.

Meaningful arguments are simple

Simpler implies both truth and beauty.

Simplicity boils down to two steps: Identify the essential. Eliminate the rest. The power of simplicity is a myth.

The harder part of art criticism is a fossilized theory. Simplicity is legible minimalism. There is much to be learned from the practice of not taking more than we need and being good neighbors to plants and animals,

A lot of playfully designed eggs are in the minimalist art basket.

Helen of Troy chicken and egg situation

Simplicity is visual economy. If it's not one thing, it's another, archetypal example is a minimal pixel visual argument, evaluating explanations for the relative simplicity of the ideas in graphic art.

The chicken or the egg, which came first? The unadorned and unpretentious egg is a harbinger of life, and its form symbolizes infinite regeneration.

self symbol simplicity

Simplicity is not minimalism. The art of drawing is the art of omission.

Max Liebermann

Artwok just can't figure whether it's the chicken or the egg.

seed shrimp, graphic design

The end of art deservedly meet its own end.

Otto Neurath

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