Sunday, January 14, 2007

Barcelona and Antoni Gaudi

Casa Mila

Sagrada Familia

Park Guell

I have been trying to avoid putting personal photos on this blog, but since this is artistic inspiration I thought it would be good to be placed as something that is apart of my release. I was recently in Barcelona for a cultural and artistic excursion and I was blown away by Gaudi's architecture. You have to wonder what was going on in his head..what was the thought process when he was attacking his blueprints. These are three of the pictures I took during my visit.


Bobby Pontillas said...

Dang, those are amazing man, completely unique( from what I've seen anyway) How old are these supposed to be?

JC said...

bro how are ya man?? it's James! how are things on Surf's Up these days?? miss work'n with ya. say hi to Mathew for me. really fortunate to have found your blog. let's stay in touch. you can find me at mine.

Jamaal Bradley said...

Bobby: Most of his work was done during the 1800's if I am not mistaken...

James: Whats up Chief.. I hope all is well man. It is good to hear from you. I will stay in touch. Keep drawing!

Jamal Otolorin said...

Yo Jamaal Cool Blog man. Nice work here! Glad I found it. I'll be linkin you. Check me out sometime


Jason said...

Woah,...nice pics. I took a peek around and love your stuff. That bunny is a great character. He's got such personality. Keep up the good stuff, I'll be back!

Nancy said...

HI Jamaal,

I missed you at the L.A. book signing last week--were you in Barcelona on the 19th?
yes, the Gaudi buildings are still ahead of their time. I particularly liked the Park Guell when I was there.
Keep up the good work and let me know how and where you are!

Nancy B.

Nancy said...

oh and all of Gaudi's work is from the TWENTIETH century. It was a long century, all right.
Did you see the Palao de la Musica Catalana and the Casa Batlo when you were there?