So simple. So perfect.


There isn’t much to say really.  These show the wonderful power of simplicity.




19 comments on “So simple. So perfect.

  1. Laura says:

    Wow! Fred Eerdekens made the second one… he has beautiful designs about bent wires…

    Thanks, Richard!

  2. andresf9 says:

    Richard, you might enjoy a game called “Lost In Shadow” where you are a shadow manipulating light sources and moving objects to change their projected shadows and solve platform/action puzzles.

    Hit the image button for some images of the game.


  3. issa hamati says:


  4. Anonymous says:

    So an obvious photoshop and a picture of a spring is what passes for perfection now?

  5. dayuntoday says:

    I’m fascinated by the wire.

  6. What am I supposed to be looking at? *blank look*

  7. dulzimordash says:

    Reblogged this on Nature’s Abhorred Vacuum.

  8. odiousghost says:

    I was staring at the top one for about 10 minutes (yes, I know, I should have more important things to do), and I still didn’t get it, it’s quite subtle. I imagine to those with Jason Bourne like powers of perception these things come easy, whereas sometimes stuff like this is wasted on the less alert amongst us (i.e. me).

  9. jenpiver says:


  10. isoodlee says:

    Amazing shot

  11. Anonymous says:

    whats with the second picture ??
    Its just a spring with a wire

  12. Germaine says:

    I constantly learn something after i halt by here, Eric. Thanks!

  13. the.rotchells says:


    I’ve found something really amazing, I didn’t expect that stuff would be so cool, check it out

    Warmest, the.rotchells

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