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Willy Chyr’s Neuroplastic Dreams – pop!

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Willy Chyr is a fine artist and designer  interested in emergent properties and systems: and he sometimes works in balloons.

I’ll be presenting an interview with Chyr here on Symbiartic soon; we met recently over coffee and from such fun, complicated work, Willy is refreshingly unpretentious and creatively versatile.

To inflate your expectations of his remarkable, visionary and kinda crazy-beautiful work, here’s a few images from his installation, Neuroplastic Dreams.

Neuroplastic Dreams © Willy Chyr. Posted with permission.

Neuroplastic Dreams view 2 © Willy Chyr. Posted with permission.

Neuroplastic Dreams view 4 © Willy Chyr. Posted with permission.

You can find Willy Chyr at the links below, and Symbiartic will have more soon!
Portfolio
Website
Blog
@willychyr on Twitter

Glendon Mellow About the Author: Glendon Mellow is a fine artist, illustrator and tattoo designer working in oil and digital media based in Toronto, Canada. He tweets @FlyingTrilobite. You can see Glendon's work-in-progress at The Flying Trilobite blog and portfolio at www.glendonmellow.com. Follow on Twitter @symbiartic.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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  1. 1. Symbiartic.km 10:42 pm 02/8/2012

    Wow! Epic.

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