Last Friday I was shooting for AKuku and probably this is the picture of Kazimieras that I like the most. Besides seeing a cute boy you can recognise a conscious human being in his eyes. When observing kids, I prefer thoughtful moments to actions or games. It’s beautiful to see someone trying to solve or reflect the reality and you can always expect something interesting and/or original from kids. http://ift.tt/PRNkKX

Last Friday I was shooting for AKuku and probably this is the picture of Kazimieras that I like the most. Besides seeing a cute boy you can recognise a conscious human being in his eyes. When observing kids, I prefer thoughtful moments to actions or games. It’s beautiful to see someone trying to solve or reflect the reality and you can always expect something interesting and/or original from kids. http://ift.tt/PRNkKX

during the flight over Vilnius http://ift.tt/1jqcXwz

during the flight over Vilnius http://ift.tt/1jqcXwz

I found this corner in one of the backyards of  (Vilniaus) Žygimantų str. Somehow it resembles me the complexity of academic language. It is well and logical explained by it’s own terms. If it would be possible to observe it (the world of science) from the outside it should be quite funny (and awkward of course). Something like that: http://ift.tt/1s3fv8q

I found this corner in one of the backyards of (Vilniaus) Žygimantų str. Somehow it resembles me the complexity of academic language. It is well and logical explained by it’s own terms. If it would be possible to observe it (the world of science) from the outside it should be quite funny (and awkward of course). Something like that: http://ift.tt/1s3fv8q

I was thinking..

A perfect example of interesting urban artifacts, collected by Paul D’Haese. Space can be awkward in “the development of an intriguing city of subtly refined banality and surrealism.”

I hope the link is visible. in case: http://bit.ly/1lhvV90

I found this walkthrough in one of the yards of Tauras beer factory and I couldn’t think of any reasonable explanation why it has to be so complex.

I found this walkthrough in one of the yards of Tauras beer factory and I couldn’t think of any reasonable explanation why it has to be so complex.

evidence of a house

evidence of a house

I was thinking..

"Artists who need ongoing reassurance that they’re on the right track routinely seek out challenges that offer the clear goals and measurable feedback - which is to say, technical challenges. The underlying problem with this is not that the pursuit of technical excellence is wrong, exactly, but simply making it the primary goal puts the cart before the horse. To the viewer, who has little emotional investment in how the work gets done, art made primarily to display technical virtuosity is often beautiful, striking, elegant and vacant. Compared to other challenges, the ultimate shortcoming of technical problems is not that they’re hard, but that they’re easy. It’s easier to paint in the angel’s feet to another’s masterwork than to discover where the angels live within yourself." D Bayles in "Art &Fear"

The content of form is interesting and meaningful, if it links with the content itself. I find it hard to remember some craft and technics for a longer time. Also it ages and is replaced. I know there are people who admire numbers. I’d say it’s an instrument, a tool, I use it to measure other objects. Maybe it’s my fault. I agree, there’s some beauty in numerology, an interpretive play with it;’s functions, although I’d say it’s not related to what numbers were made for. Or is it..

Foto Komža / Awkward Beauty

"Knygelėje apie netobulumą Greimas kelis kartus cituoja Baudelaire’ą. Prisiminkime, ką šis yra sakęs apie idealą. Idealas yra nykus, vienpusis, tai, kas įgauna jo bruožus, sustingsta; iš idealo negalima reikalauti ko nors daugiau negu jis yra. Idealas turėtų būti savimi patenkintas, laimingas ir gražus, savo tobulumu tarsi stabdantis laiką."
Saulius Žukas “Miegas šiuolaikinėje kvepalų reklamoje”

A self taught photographer, interested in photography mainly in social and philosophical ways. Theory, irony, new experience, future trends are the subjects I'm trying to explore both in visual and verbal languages. Experience: 8+ years - events, weddings, photojournalism, journeys, street photography, studio, product photography. Visual language is the common language.

The change I want to make is to make people use and understand the visual language more. Nowadays to make and share a picture is as easy as to use a sentence. And as pictures can contain more information or (more important) other information than words, it is essential to understand and to be understood by others.

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