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Toyism is borne by and carried out by a group of artists operating internationally, surrounding themselves with a number of fixed rituals. The toyism art movement is certainly open to new artists and will be limited to 26 before no more pseudonyms can be assumed.
First step in the process is contacting Toyism Studio to express interest. Go ahead and write if this sounds like your style. Life is short.
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Toyism is borne by and carried out by a group of artists operating internationally, surrounding themselves with a number of fixed rituals. The toyism art movement is certainly open to new artists and will be limited to 26 before no more pseudonyms can be assumed.
First step in the process is contacting Toyism Studio to express interest. Go ahead and write if this sounds like your style. Life is short.
 
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Artist: Toyism Art Movement

Item title: Toyists_Toyism_Art-THE_DOT_Live_with_Energy

Category: Graphics

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 40 x 90 cm

Material: Technique: Silkscreen - Material: Conservabarth 4

Producing date: 2010

Edition: 200

Item price: 550 EUR

Item description:
Narrative
The four classical elements of life ? Earth, Water, Air and Fire ? are featured in this painting of The Dot Project to show the history of energy production. The design: The 4 elements of life are represented by 4 themes that form the basis of the design, namely the 4 energy sources. 1. Solar Energy?2. Wind Power?3. Hydropower?4. Raw Material Energy In addition to these four fundamental themes, there is a single, central figure: the tree. The tree is a metaphor for life, energy, growth, development, and change. Also there are four sub-designs used. Each sub-design presents the combination or contrast of old and new forms of energy production and their applications (the sciences).

Solar Energy
1. Solar Energy An old form of the use of solar energy is photosynthesis; the mechanism by which plants and trees grow due to water and carbon dioxide from the air being converted into glucose. A new form is the collection of solar energy with the help of solar panels. An application is the (hybrid) car (economic science), which is charged by electricity that is again generated by solar panels. Houses are also heated by solar energy. As the rays of the sun strike the roof of the farm, energy is collected by the solar panel window.

Wind Power
2. Wind Power Old: the traditional windmill, where the power of the wind is converted into mechanical labour, namely for grinding grain. Link the mill with bread, and crumbs are carried by the wind to the modern wind turbines where the kinetic energy of the air is converted into, for example, electricity (new). One of the windmills blows wind into the sail of the boat, while the cabin forms from the roof of the farm. Another windmill in bird form imitates a giraffe affording a panoramic view of new applications for the future.

Hydropower
3. Hydropower Old: using paddles to transfer the current of water into rotational energy a watermill, just like the old windmill, has a direct application, namely the grinding of grain or the pressing of oil. New: hydrogen as fuel. Hydrogen fueled cars are much cleaner for the environment. A large dolphin emerges from the water. Drops of water turn into goldfish and salmon.

Raw Material Energy
4. Raw Material Energy Old: coal, peat and oil. The prehistoric nodding donkeys obtain fossil fuel from the ground. The elephant stomps the ground while a huge dinosaur emerges in the background. New: bio fuels, nuclear energy. A nuclear power station discharges clouds of smoke that fly through the air like atoms. Biogas as a clean fuel: cars that run on biogas that is extracted from the ?excrements? of the piggy bank. Springing from the ancient peat bogs as the lifeblood and central focal point of the design is the red tree, which forms the basis for new and green energy forms. The electrical sockets in the tree deliver green power. In addition, in the form of standalone motifs, general applications or containers of energy such as ecobunny lights and battery-insects can be seen moving throughout the whole painting.

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Item Ref.: 15556 via Toyism Studio

Artist: Toyism Art Movement

Item title: Toyists_Toyism_Art-THE_DOT_Live_with_Energy

Category: Graphics

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 40 x 90 cm

Material: Technique: Silkscreen - Material: Conservabarth 4

Producing date: 2010

Edition: 200

Item price: 550 EUR

Item description:
Narrative
The four classical elements of life ? Earth, Water, Air and Fire ? are featured in this painting of The Dot Project to show the history of energy production. The design: The 4 elements of life are represented by 4 themes that form the basis of the design, namely the 4 energy sources. 1. Solar Energy?2. Wind Power?3. Hydropower?4. Raw Material Energy In addition to these four fundamental themes, there is a single, central figure: the tree. The tree is a metaphor for life, energy, growth, development, and change. Also there are four sub-designs used. Each sub-design presents the combination or contrast of old and new forms of energy production and their applications (the sciences).

Solar Energy
1. Solar Energy An old form of the use of solar energy is photosynthesis; the mechanism by which plants and trees grow due to water and carbon dioxide from the air being converted into glucose. A new form is the collection of solar energy with the help of solar panels. An application is the (hybrid) car (economic science), which is charged by electricity that is again generated by solar panels. Houses are also heated by solar energy. As the rays of the sun strike the roof of the farm, energy is collected by the solar panel window.

Wind Power
2. Wind Power Old: the traditional windmill, where the power of the wind is converted into mechanical labour, namely for grinding grain. Link the mill with bread, and crumbs are carried by the wind to the modern wind turbines where the kinetic energy of the air is converted into, for example, electricity (new). One of the windmills blows wind into the sail of the boat, while the cabin forms from the roof of the farm. Another windmill in bird form imitates a giraffe affording a panoramic view of new applications for the future.

Hydropower
3. Hydropower Old: using paddles to transfer the current of water into rotational energy a watermill, just like the old windmill, has a direct application, namely the grinding of grain or the pressing of oil. New: hydrogen as fuel. Hydrogen fueled cars are much cleaner for the environment. A large dolphin emerges from the water. Drops of water turn into goldfish and salmon.

Raw Material Energy
4. Raw Material Energy Old: coal, peat and oil. The prehistoric nodding donkeys obtain fossil fuel from the ground. The elephant stomps the ground while a huge dinosaur emerges in the background. New: bio fuels, nuclear energy. A nuclear power station discharges clouds of smoke that fly through the air like atoms. Biogas as a clean fuel: cars that run on biogas that is extracted from the ?excrements? of the piggy bank. Springing from the ancient peat bogs as the lifeblood and central focal point of the design is the red tree, which forms the basis for new and green energy forms. The electrical sockets in the tree deliver green power. In addition, in the form of standalone motifs, general applications or containers of energy such as ecobunny lights and battery-insects can be seen moving throughout the whole painting.

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Item Ref.: 15556 via Toyism Studio

Artist: Toyism Art Movement

Item title: Toyists_Toyism_Art-THE_DOT_Live_with_Energy

Category: Graphics

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 40 x 90 cm

Material: Technique: Silkscreen - Material: Conservabarth 4

Producing date: 2010

Edition: 200

Item price: 550 EUR

Item description:
Narrative
The four classical elements of life ? Earth, Water, Air and Fire ? are featured in this painting of The Dot Project to show the history of energy production. The design: The 4 elements of life are represented by 4 themes that form the basis of the design, namely the 4 energy sources. 1. Solar Energy?2. Wind Power?3. Hydropower?4. Raw Material Energy In addition to these four fundamental themes, there is a single, central figure: the tree. The tree is a metaphor for life, energy, growth, development, and change. Also there are four sub-designs used. Each sub-design presents the combination or contrast of old and new forms of energy production and their applications (the sciences).

Solar Energy
1. Solar Energy An old form of the use of solar energy is photosynthesis; the mechanism by which plants and trees grow due to water and carbon dioxide from the air being converted into glucose. A new form is the collection of solar energy with the help of solar panels. An application is the (hybrid) car (economic science), which is charged by electricity that is again generated by solar panels. Houses are also heated by solar energy. As the rays of the sun strike the roof of the farm, energy is collected by the solar panel window.

Wind Power
2. Wind Power Old: the traditional windmill, where the power of the wind is converted into mechanical labour, namely for grinding grain. Link the mill with bread, and crumbs are carried by the wind to the modern wind turbines where the kinetic energy of the air is converted into, for example, electricity (new). One of the windmills blows wind into the sail of the boat, while the cabin forms from the roof of the farm. Another windmill in bird form imitates a giraffe affording a panoramic view of new applications for the future.

Hydropower
3. Hydropower Old: using paddles to transfer the current of water into rotational energy a watermill, just like the old windmill, has a direct application, namely the grinding of grain or the pressing of oil. New: hydrogen as fuel. Hydrogen fueled cars are much cleaner for the environment. A large dolphin emerges from the water. Drops of water turn into goldfish and salmon.

Raw Material Energy
4. Raw Material Energy Old: coal, peat and oil. The prehistoric nodding donkeys obtain fossil fuel from the ground. The elephant stomps the ground while a huge dinosaur emerges in the background. New: bio fuels, nuclear energy. A nuclear power station discharges clouds of smoke that fly through the air like atoms. Biogas as a clean fuel: cars that run on biogas that is extracted from the ?excrements? of the piggy bank. Springing from the ancient peat bogs as the lifeblood and central focal point of the design is the red tree, which forms the basis for new and green energy forms. The electrical sockets in the tree deliver green power. In addition, in the form of standalone motifs, general applications or containers of energy such as ecobunny lights and battery-insects can be seen moving throughout the whole painting.

Item Ref. 15556 - 550 EUR
Money back guarantee
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Item Ref. 15556 - 550 EUR
Money back guarantee
Secure payment

Item Ref.: 15556 via Toyism Studio

Artist: Toyism Art Movement

Item title: Toyists_Toyism_Art-THE_DOT_Live_with_Energy

Category: Graphics

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 40 x 90 cm

Material: Technique: Silkscreen - Material: Conservabarth 4

Producing date: 2010

Edition: 200

Item price: 550 EUR

Item description:
Narrative
The four classical elements of life ? Earth, Water, Air and Fire ? are featured in this painting of The Dot Project to show the history of energy production. The design: The 4 elements of life are represented by 4 themes that form the basis of the design, namely the 4 energy sources. 1. Solar Energy?2. Wind Power?3. Hydropower?4. Raw Material Energy In addition to these four fundamental themes, there is a single, central figure: the tree. The tree is a metaphor for life, energy, growth, development, and change. Also there are four sub-designs used. Each sub-design presents the combination or contrast of old and new forms of energy production and their applications (the sciences).

Solar Energy
1. Solar Energy An old form of the use of solar energy is photosynthesis; the mechanism by which plants and trees grow due to water and carbon dioxide from the air being converted into glucose. A new form is the collection of solar energy with the help of solar panels. An application is the (hybrid) car (economic science), which is charged by electricity that is again generated by solar panels. Houses are also heated by solar energy. As the rays of the sun strike the roof of the farm, energy is collected by the solar panel window.

Wind Power
2. Wind Power Old: the traditional windmill, where the power of the wind is converted into mechanical labour, namely for grinding grain. Link the mill with bread, and crumbs are carried by the wind to the modern wind turbines where the kinetic energy of the air is converted into, for example, electricity (new). One of the windmills blows wind into the sail of the boat, while the cabin forms from the roof of the farm. Another windmill in bird form imitates a giraffe affording a panoramic view of new applications for the future.

Hydropower
3. Hydropower Old: using paddles to transfer the current of water into rotational energy a watermill, just like the old windmill, has a direct application, namely the grinding of grain or the pressing of oil. New: hydrogen as fuel. Hydrogen fueled cars are much cleaner for the environment. A large dolphin emerges from the water. Drops of water turn into goldfish and salmon.

Raw Material Energy
4. Raw Material Energy Old: coal, peat and oil. The prehistoric nodding donkeys obtain fossil fuel from the ground. The elephant stomps the ground while a huge dinosaur emerges in the background. New: bio fuels, nuclear energy. A nuclear power station discharges clouds of smoke that fly through the air like atoms. Biogas as a clean fuel: cars that run on biogas that is extracted from the ?excrements? of the piggy bank. Springing from the ancient peat bogs as the lifeblood and central focal point of the design is the red tree, which forms the basis for new and green energy forms. The electrical sockets in the tree deliver green power. In addition, in the form of standalone motifs, general applications or containers of energy such as ecobunny lights and battery-insects can be seen moving throughout the whole painting.

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