Kandinskienne architecture or the art of capturing the vanishing points. Part I.

A work of art does not disclose a set truth, it embodies a lived truth.

André Maurois.


First I wish a Good day to everyone

If you read my blog for a while you know that occasionally I make articles in which I propose the same look on two people at different morphology.

These people are my relatives, ladies Jordane and Fayçalath I presented here Avril 2015 and here Pictures by Nafissath Abdoulaye.

I therefore propose today a look with an almost identical set worn by girls.

First I present the main room, the printed beige skirt that is particular to me.

This skirt is 100% N’sqol from A to Z because the print is also my job.

In the past 15 years I have created a lot of prints (about twelve miles) I intend to use in the near future for my creations and I plan to sell some fabrics with my printed what is between another one of the projects on which I work at the moment.

As any designer that I was inspired by what I am and what I see above all, especially the way I perceive things.

I travel by electric chair, so my vision of things is still at the point of leakage.

Each scene that I see, is constantly under different perspectives becauseI ride and my vision always balance between a close shot and long shot and it’s interesting enough to the imagination in addition to having that feeling that everything is in constant motion.

The wheelchair has it interesting.

The objects often appear as if they were floating in the air and it is the same for the urban landscape, buildings and other architectures. Sometimes I have the feeling that the buildings will collapse on me.

It is probably for these reasons that I have a passion for design and architecture.

I can spend hours photographing buildings or street corners and I do the same for objects to specific cuts around me.

Even though I am limited in my displacement (in places Accessibility term) I have the chance given the height at which I move, perceive things differently and honestly it’s nice to not have a single reading a place or an object.

My vision is continuously in the curveball of shapes, so it feeds constantly my imagination and the infinite possibilities that I have to create.

I think (if I know) that this is the peculiarity of my situation which immediately made me love the works of Kandinsky and Joan Miro that are the painters of the abstract. Besides Kandinsky is the founder of abstract art.

Wassily Kandinsky en 1933 par Hugo Erfurth
Wassily Kandinsky en 1933 par Hugo Erfurth

Here are some works of art by Kandinsky

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Here is also a portrait of Joan Miro and some of his works of art.

Joan Miro
Joan Miro


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Abstract art is not the subject of my article I will not extend on it but if you’re sensitive about it do you document on abstraction in art.

Being fed by all these influences and this observation of my environment I began to realize first on canvas geometric constructions then I continued with my computer because I had sore arms.

The unconscious is our internal hard drive, it was enough to call on him to reproduce what emerged from observing my environment, this retinal framing that surrounds me.

That’s how I started doing digital art instinctively through the drafts of imagery in my unconscious. Digital art allows me to free myself from the anxiety that architecture and landscape generates in me.

Are not valid and have the feeling that everything is collapsing on me and I could not control my body and taking away my legs in my neck, I take somehow controlling this maze designs in the transcribing and making it less scary with the outbid each of fun colors, bright, sweet

This is one of my digital artworks inspired by the points of leakage observed in my neighborhood that I printed on fabric because I thought it would worn another reading my research to the extent that the work would be moving and there would be games of light and shadow.

Picture by Nafissath Abdoulaye

The result pleases me a lot and I hope in the future go deeper into this process thinking the fabric.

It is a project to follow which I will speak

So, following the design of the skater skirt with this fabric made by N’sqol I asked the girls to lend me their bodies to show you the result.

Picture Nafissath Abdoulaye

First I used as decors my work resonates with what I perceive my environment and I tried to transcribe digital art.

The paintings were made by me and the fresco on the wall was made by Jordane and me.

I asked to Jordane to help me because I tired quickly and she has the generosity to be the extension of my body from time to time, following my directions when my body tells me not and I not arrived more to move if I have to do is in high up.

Was repeated and merge onto paper, two of my digital arts and I wanted the result to be an explosion of geometric forms and I think we have reached the aim.

Now it’s time that we speak outfits of both worlds built around.

1st look worn by Fay gives way to the skirt and for this I used accessories made do some nude (neutral) on Fayçalath.

Fay is very tall (over 1.80m) small pair of boots bought on La Redoute do not cut her leg.
Picture by Nafissath Abdoulaye

Her outfit mixing two trends, the look a little preppy and arty style.

This look tells the influences of a young midwife but original which assumes to bring an unexpected print for a skirt. The piece is associated with a very simple brown top with boat collar.

Picture by Nafissath Abdoulaye

To finish the look we used a floppy hat bought at Galeries Lafayette will divinely well to Fay and gives a touch a bit Boheme, a bit arty or mysterious to Fay according to the way it the wears.

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Fayçalath

I chose a framing so that one has the impression that to Fay is one of the dancers of Degas to highlight an artistic world.

Edgar Degas, Paris, 1912, photographié par Albert Bartholomé
Edgar Degas (1834–1917) surtout connu pour ses peintures et sculptures. Photographié par Albert Bartholomé, 1912

Below are some works of Edgar Degas

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Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Fayçalath

I like the result for me. You think what?

Design & stylism by N’sqol ; Clothing worn by the model Fayçalath


In the second look you will see in the following article Jordane has the Russian soul.

Picture by Nafissath Abdoulaye

Meanwhile I leave you with a short video of to Fay in this skirt.


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