Typology features of characters in the Indian Parhupati seal, as in all cultures, demonstrate that the five structural layers of expression are subconscious to artists, architects, builders and members of any culture. Early Indian seals compare well to Dilmun seals, partly due to stylistic exchange, but mainly due to universal archetype. General themes in the famous buffalo god Harappan seal include type 6 Capricornus; of ingress (here of the god), sacrifice, U-shaped (here of two letters, and of horns), volute (here of the podium bases), horned, and double-headed (here of two letters, and the main character).
Four bronze plaques by Cibber, on the four sides Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square, London, picture the four main battles of Admiral Horatio Nelson. Each plaque also expresses the standard, universal, subconscious structure of visual art, named mindprint (Furter 2014), as demonstrated below. The structure, unknown to artists and art historians, includes the standard set of twelve to sixteen archetypal features; in the standard peripheral sequence; with their eyes or focal features on an axial grid; and with limb joints or junctures at certain polar points.
This post demonstrates the five layers of standard subconscious archetypal structure in some artworks by Shawn Thornton, who paints in … More
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Extract, summary and index to the book Stoneprint, the human code in art, buildings and cities (Edmond Furter, 2016). Stoneprint expands the revelation of our subconscious behaviour, from art, to ancient and modern building sites, including famous ruins around the world.
Here are some examples of the standard typology, sequence, and axial structure (see Furter 2014; Mindprint) in ayahuasca art.
Here are some examples of archetypal structure or mindprint ‘grammar’ in mushroom or psilocybin art, and in fairy art. Entertaining!