Since the beginning of their creative careers, Brian and Lindsay have been able to stand on their own as accomplished and capable artists. However, after they met in 2014, they have collaborated on ideas and projects with remarkable outcomes. Quite literally encompassing the definition of the word itself, this duo becomes much more than the sum of their parts when they come together to create art.

 

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ge·stalt

ɡəˈSHtält

noun PSYCHOLOGY

noun: gestalt; plural noun: gestalts; noun: Gestalt; plural noun: Gestalts

an organized whole that is perceived as more than the sum of its parts.

Origin

1920s: from German Gestalt, literally ‘form, shape.’

im·age·ry

ˈimij(ə)rē

noun: imagery

visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work.

"Tennyson uses imagery to create a lyrical emotion"

visual images collectively. "the impact of computer-generated imagery on contemporary art"

visual symbolism. "the film's religious imagery"

 

Origin

Middle English (in the senses ‘statuary, carved images collectively’):

from Old French imagerie, from imager ‘make an image,’ from image

   gestalt

IMAGERY