Friday, August 5, 2011

Maze and Art in New Zealand, Edge of Grand Canal

New Zealand art is on display at the world’s greatest exhibition writes Liz Light, meanwhile, Josie McNaught gives a local's guide to Venice.

Michael Parekowhai's 'Chapman's Homer' at Venice Biennale. Photo / Supplied
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Michael Parekowhai's 'Chapman's Homer' at Venice Biennale. Photo / Supplied (click to view source)

Location doesn't get better than this. New Zealand's contribution to the Venice Biennale, the world's most important art event, is housed in the ground floor of a palace on the edge of the Grand Canal.

We take a vaporetto, a water taxi, and pass ancient palaces that string along the canal edge, tourists in gondolas and skiffs delivering groceries to locals. The boat scoots under the elegant arch of the Academy Bridge and pulls up at the palace dock.

It's just two steps into a small room filled with a grand piano on which an enormous bronze bull is reclining. I sit on the piano stool and the bull eyeballs me in an intimidating way.

Classical piano music wafts in from the next room. Here another grand piano, a Steinway, is completely covered in Maori carving and painted glossy bright red. It's being played beautifully and, though the room is large, music fills the space. The red carved piano is a culturally complex, surprising statement of quirky beauty.

In the adjoining private garden another piano has a bronze bull standing on top of it, glowering at its admirers. This bull, set among the greenery, looks more comfortable than his bronze colleague inside.

Michael Parekowhai, professor of fine arts at Auckland University and one of New Zealand's leading contemporary artists, created these large sculptured pieces. I don't pretend to understand them (the written explanation is complex and includes John Keats, Homer and story of a New Zealand river) but what's important is how they make me feel; impressed, awed, surprised and immensely proud to be a New Zealander.

Leaving the installation the back way, my friend Kath and I navigate down skinny alleys, along the edges of canals and over stone bridges. It's like exploring a maze with no landmarks. Getting lost in Venice is part of the joy of being there and in doing so we accidentally find a joint Taiwan and China exhibition (bright, funky and comic) and a pan-Arabia one (dark, sad and war-torn).

The Venice Biennale, the world's biggest and most prestigious art event, has been held every second year since 1903. This year, 89 nations and 83 selected artists of global significance are represented. It is vast but well organised and easy to see, and cheap. Many exhibitions are free and the rest are covered by a €20 two-day ticket.

Most of the exhibits are in two adjoining areas, the Arsenal (the old Navy dockyards) and Giardini, on the edge of large public gardens. We hot-foot to Arsenal and arrive when it opens. Over five hours we visit 52 exhibitions covering traditional art forms such as painting, printmaking and photography to avant-garde installations that include all sorts of things - artfully arranged refuse, whirring machines, collections of teapots and numerous audiovisual presentations.

This is a mind-blowing wash in art and creativity. We take time off at a cafe and, over good coffee and a boring panini, discuss what we have seen so far.

Personal favourites are delicate doodles of exquisite beauty from an Ethiopian artist, the perfectly carved statue of a man and a woman intertwined and ever so slowly melting from the flame of a burning candle, the skeins of dribbled wax adding to its beauty, and the simplicity of the Greek installation where, in a large room, a single shaft of white light reflects in water.

On our second day at the Biennale we make our way though 50 of the 70 or so exhibitions at Giardini before we decide we are arted-out and over it. It's inspirational, but glorious Venice is waiting and we haven't seen enough of it.

This city of 60,000 people is a living work of art. It has no roads, cars, trucks or scooters but is linked by 150 canals, 400 bridges and myriad little lanes. The buildings are hundreds of years old and are red, pink and pearly marble. The reflection of buildings and blue sky in the ever-present water is a kinetic masterpiece as beautiful as any in the Biennale. Being here feels like being in a shimmering, brightly coloured, timeless dream.

- Liz Light

A local's guide to Venice by Josie McNaught

One of Riccardo Polacco's greatest regrets is being born in Venice. "I would have liked to feel the sensation of a person who arrives in Venice for the first time in his life so as to feel the emotions this town arouses in one's heart," he says with a big sigh as we sip cool beer in the bar of his Hotel Atlanta Augustus on the Lido in Venice.

I had met Riccardo in Helensville, northwest of Auckland, in January. A hotel owner in Venice, he saw the town's Grand Hotel for sale on the internet and bought it to enhance the connection he feels to this country.

I have visited Venice many times for the Biennale but, watching the weary tourists plodding around the hot spots, I did wonder if there wasn't a tiny corner of the island that was truly for the locals. Polacco was my opportunity to find out.

He believes there is a way to enjoy this famous tourist trap without the tourist trappings. It's all about attitude.

"Take a few days and tick off the famous places - St Mark's Square, the Doge's Palace, the Basilica, the Academy of Fine Arts and other museums and churches. Get there early and avoid the queues, but realise these are the most popular places, so accept you are a tourist and play the game," he says.

"Once you have done landmarks, take some time to get lost in Venice's tortuous alleys and little squares without pointing to a fixed destination. One cannot really get lost in Venice. The worst that can happen is to be forced to go back on one's footsteps."

It is worth giving this a go ... Just keep walking away from the tourists. After just 10 minutes the throng starts to dissipate.

Polacco recommended the Jewish quarter, one of Venice's oldest areas. The shops are clear of tacky souvenirs and Murano glass and the food is kosher. The cafes don't advertise "Menu Turistico" and the only language you hear is Italian.

Because the Jewish ghetto wasn't allowed to spread out (it was locked each night) the buildings simply went up, and today some slump lopsidedly against each other in a precarious hodge-podge of bricks, shutters and balconies. It's one of those places where you can feel the history and imagine the people who lived and suffered there.

Near the ghetto is the Madonna dell'Orto, another good place to soak up genuine Venetian atmosphere, and for a quiet drink, Polacco recommends the Via Garibaldi, next to the Giardini (local gardens), home of the Biennale in the "Sestiere" quarter of Castello.

Napoleon demolished huge blocks of the Venetians' beloved narrow buildings and maze-like alleyways to create the gardens. They are maintained in the manner of someone who has had something foisted on them - grudgingly tidied, but not a great feature for garden enthusiasts.

Hunger pains can be satisfied by a visit to the Fish Market of Rialto and ready-made sea-fish snacks at Pronto Pesce, followed by a drink at Campo Santa Margherita.

We enjoyed large, delicious squares of pizza for €1.50 each ($2.80), spoiled for choice with toppings of wild mushrooms, anchovies and salami, as well as the classic Margherita.

If you fancy eating in one of the many cafes that spill on to Venice's busy and delightful campos, or squares, try Osteria L'Orto dei Mori in Campo dei Mori.

Crowds and the noise are something Venetians simply accept as the price to pay for living in such a popular place.

"Venice is one town that belongs to the world and the world belongs to the town. Sometimes it feels like all the world is here, there is so much energy and people," Polacco says, with just a hint of weariness.

Luckily for him, when the heat and the crowds get him down, he has the perfect bolt-hole tucked down at the bottom of the world - the Grand Hotel in Helensville, although sharing a beer with him there on his next visit won't have quite the same magic for me as it did in Venice.


Stacked and Swirled Boxed Illusion Maze

Stacked and Swirled Boxes Maze by Yonatan Frimer
Awesome optical illusion maze of a stack of boxes stacked and swirled.
Maze entrance and exit are marked by arrows.
Can't solve it, check out the maze solution to stacked and swirled maze

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Maze of Tornado Forming by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of Tornado Spintron Forming

forming tornado maze, the twisted and warped maze by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of a twisted and warped time-space harnessed visual illusion
This maze should be fairly easy for you to solve but if you can't,
then you can find the solution to the twisted and warped maze

This maze admires and pays homage to the Coriolis effect and how it bends and warps space and time to redefine the concept of a straight line. The outward lines converge to a spinning vortex in the middle in a harmonic and majestic fashion. This maze is fairly psychedelic to solve and has a difficulty rating of 6.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Awesome Optical Illusion Maze Art

The Electric Maze Optical Illusion

Optical Illusion maze of an off centered electric swirl by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of an off-centered optical illusion of an electrical swirl
If you can't solve this maze, have a look at the Electric Optical Illusion maze solution

Top 10 places to download the Electric Optical Illusion Maze
  1. Electricl Swirl Maze on Devian Art
  2. Electric Swirl off center Maze on Flickr
  3. Electric Swirl Maze TwitPic
  4. Electric swirl Maze On Rossello Damiano
  5. Electric Optical Illusion Maze on Photobucket
  6. Electric Swirl Maze on Saatchi Online
  7. Electric Swirl Maze on Live Journal
  8. Electric Swirl Maze on Picassa
  9. Electric Swirl Maze on Red Bubble
  10. More Optical Illusion Mazes




Rorschach Maze
Rorschach maze art by Yonatan Frimer

What you see in this maze is created by your imagination depending on your personality and mood.
Some see a sun, a moon, a face, a bugs face, a happy bug, and much more.
Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lowe right.
If you find that this maze is a bit to hard for you, you can check out the Maze solution for Rorschach maze

Top 12 Places to download the Rorschach maze
  1. Rorschach Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze Rorschach on Fine Art America
  3. Rorschach Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Maze of Rorschach TwitPic
  6. Rorschach Maze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Maze of Rorschach on Photobucket
  8. Rorschach Maze on Saatchi Online
  9. Rorschach Maze on Live Journal
  10. Rorschach Maze on Picassa
  11. RorschachMaze on Red Bubble
  12. More optical illusion mazes




Swirly Tunnel Optical Illusion Maze

vortext tunnel maze by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a tunnel swirling in various directions and making it harder to solve
Maze begins in the upper left corner and exits in the lower right.
If you get too dizzy and can't solve the maze,
don you worry about all the haze
Just click right here and your problems resolved
Alas the vortex tunnel spinning maze is solved

Top 10 Places to download Vortex Spin Tunnel Maze:

  1. Vortex Spin Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze of Tunnel Vortex Spin on Fine Art America
  3. Vortex Tunnel Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Maze of Tunnel Vortex on TwitPic
  6. Vortex Tunnel Maze Artists Meeting Place
  7. Vortex Tunnel Maze on Saatchi Online
  8. Vortex Tunnel Maze on Picassa
  9. Vortex Spinning Maze on Red Bubble
  10. More Optical Illusion Mazes




Paparazzi Maze Optical Illusion of camera flash.

paparazzi maze art by Yonatan Frimer
This maze was inspired by how I imagine the famous must feel being chased after by flashing cameras
You may not be able to solve the paparazzi problems in the world, but you can solve this maze.
And if you can't solve the maze, you can visit the Paparazzi Maze Solution

Top Twelve Places to Download The Paparazzi Maze
  1. Paparazzi Maze on Devian Art
  2. Paparazzi Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Paparazzi Maze on Flickr
  4. Optical Illusion Mazes on Facebook
  5. Paparazzi Maze on TwitPic
  6. Paparazzi Maze On Rossello Damiano
  7. Paparazzi Maze on Photobucket
  8. Paparazzi Maze on Saatchi Online
  9. Paparazzi Maze on Live Journal
  10. Paparazzi Maze on Picassa
  11. Paparazzi Maze on Red Bubble
  12. More Optical Illusion Mazes

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Awesome Optical Illusion Mazes by Yonatan Frimer

Inside the Mobius strip - Optical Illusion Maze



"Please Stop Spinning" Optical Illusion Maze
Optical Illusion Maze
Maze of a crazy optical illusion that causes the viewer to think that the circles are moving or spinning, although they don't change or move at all.
Top Twelve Places to Download The Super Swirly Optical Illusion Maze
  1. Picassa Web Maze of Spinning Super Swirl
  2. Swirly Spinning Maze on Devian Art
  3. Please stop spinning maze on Fine Art America
  4. Spin to stop maze on Flickr
  5. Optical Illusion Mazes Facebook
  6. Please STOP Spinning Maze on TwitPic
  7. Super Swirly Maze Optical Illusion
  8. Maze Super Spin Please Stop on Photobucket
  9. Swirly Super Maze on Saatchi Online
  10. Super Swirly Maze on Live Journal
  11. Super Swirly Optical Illusion Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Please Stop Spinning Maze on Maze BLOG

Doppler Optical Illusion Maze of an Elliptical Spiral
eliptical spiral dopler maze
Maze art of a Doppler warping elliptical spiral by Yonatan Frimer

Top Thirteen Places to Download Doppler Elliptical Maze

  1. Eliptical Maze on Devian Art
  2. Maze Eliptical Dopler on Fine Art America
  3. Maze Dopler El Eliptical on Flickr
  4. Dopler Maze on Facebook
  5. Maze Elliptical Spiral on TwitPic
  6. Dopler Maze Rossello Damiano
  7. Maze Psychedelic Nike Just Do It on Photobucket
  8. Dopler Maze on Saatchi
  9. Eliptical Maze on Live Journal
  10. Dopler Maze on Picassa Web
  11. Eliptical Spiral Maze on Red Bubble
  12. Dopler Eliptical Spiral Maze on TeamOfMonkeys.com
  13. Doppler Maze Blog



Happy Judaica Maze by Yonatan Frimer

Yonatan Frimer maze art of happy face made of jewish symbols
Maze of two Hamsas (Hand of Fatima) for the eyes, a magen david (AKA Star of David) and a menorah make the crude appearance of a smiley face. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Having problems solving the mazes, view the maze solution to happy judaica Maze, in the rare even you can't solve this maze on your own

Top Eleven Ways to Download the Happy Judaica Maze
  1. Judaica Maze Art on Facebook
  2. Happy Judaica Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Picassa Web Maze of Happy Judaica
  4. Judaica Maze Art on Devian Art
  5. Happy Jewish Maze on Flickr
  6. Judaica Happy Maze on the TwitPic
  7. Maze of Happy Judaica on Photobucket
  8. Happy Judaica Maze on Saatchi
  9. Happy Judaica Maze on Live Journal
  10. Get Happy Judaica Maze on Red Bubble
  11. Happy Judaica maze on Maze blog
And you can get the Happy Judaica Maze at the source at Team Of Monkeys . Com

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Awesome Optical Illusion Mazes - By Yonatan Frimer

Hurts the Eyes Optical Illusion Maze

Yonatan Frimer Optical Illusion Maze
One of the most unique pattern mixtures that has since been used many times by the maze artist and his band of maze followers. The lines and patterns don't fully line up, causing the viewer to constantly re-evaluate the image thereby adding to the overall effect of the illusion. Maze elements really ads to the design.


Wont stop spinning optical illusion maze
Yonatan Frimer Optical Illusion Swirly Maze psychedelic pattern
Optical illusion maze of a very swirly pattern that exhibits charecteristics of movemenst even though it is clearly not moving.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Coca Cola Maze Ad Sample by Yonatan Frimer

Coco-Cola Maze Coca-Cola Campaign Maze Ad

Psychedelic maze of a Coca Cola glass with bubbles and coke in it by Yonatan Frimer.
Coca Cola Classic Maze | Maze with Bubbles | Maze Ads | Yonatan Frimer

Ad Sample for Coca-Cola that I made to pitch the idea of making Coca Cola ads with mazes.

These ads where created for sample purpose only and have not been used in any actual campaign by Coca-Cola and do not represent their brand.



Top Ten Place to Download the Coca Cola Classic Maze Ad:

  1. Coca-Cola Maze on Facebook
  2. Coca Cola Maze on Fine Art America
  3. Picassa Web Maze of Coca Cola Classic Ad
  4. Coca-Cola Maze on Devian Art
  5. Coca Cola Maze on Flickr
  6. Coca Cola Maze on the TwitPic
  7. Psychedelic Coca-Cola Maze on Rossello Damiano
  8. Maze Classic Coca-Cola on Photobucket
  9. Coca Cola Classic Maze on Saatchi
  10. Coca Cola Maze on Live Journal

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Nike Maze of Just Do It and Swoosh Ad, by Yonatan Frimer

Just Do It | Nike Campaign | Maze Ad

nike just do it maze psychedelic
Nike Maze | Just Do It | Maze Ads | Yonatan Frimer

CLICK image to view maze LARGER

Art sample of a Nike Ad for a project I am working on to explore the impact of using mazes for ads.

These ads where created for sample purpose only and have not been used in any actual campaign by Nike and do not represent their brand.


Top 11 Places to Download Nike "Just Do It" Maze Ads

  1. Picassa Web Just Do It Nike Maze
  2. Nike Just Do It Maze on Devian Art
  3. Maze of Nike Logo and Just Do It on Fine Art America
  4. Maze Of Just Do It Nike Swoosh on Flickr
  5. Nike Maze on Facebook Just Do It
  6. Maze of the Just Do It Nike on TwitPic
  7. Psychedelic Nike Maze Online
  8. Maze Psychedelic Nike Just Do It on Photobucket
  9. Nike Maze on Saatchi "Just Do It" Online
  10. Nike Maze on Live Journal
  11. Nike Maze on Blogger
And you Car Jacking Maze at the Source on Team Of Monkeys . COM

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Maze of Car Jacking LoJack Ad by Yonatan Frimer

Car Jacking Maze LoJack Ad

car jacking maze
Car Jacking Maze | Maze Ads | Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a Car Jacking as an advertisement for LoJack.

These ads where created for sample purpose only and have not been used in any actual campaign by LoJack and do no represent their brand.


Top Ten Place to Download Car Jacking Maze

  1. Picassa Web Car Jacking Maze
  2. Car Jacking Maze on Devian Art
  3. Maze of Car Jacking on Fine Art America
  4. Maze Of Car Jacking on Flickr
  5. Car Jacking Maze on Facebook
  6. Maze of the Car Jacking on TwitPic
  7. Maze of Car Jacking Online
  8. Maze of Car Jacking on Photobucket
  9. Car Jacking Maze on Saatchi Online
  10. Car Jacking Maze on Live Journal

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Quarter Maze | Monkey Maze | Night Maze | by Yonatan Frimer

M is for Monkey(s) Maze
Yonatan Frimer M is for Maze of Monkeys
Click for Maze Solution of Monkey Maze
Maze of monkeys holding up their own letters. Created to go right next to the maze of the letter M for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet, basic reading, and how to count. Maze ends in the lower left corner and begins in the upper left corner.

Top Ten URL's to download Monkey Maze:
  1. Monkeys Maze on Flickr
  2. Maze of Monkeys on Twitpic and Twitter
  3. Monkeys Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Monkey Maze on Team Of Monkeys . Com
  5. Maze of Monkey maze on photobucket
  6. Maze of Monkeys on The Facebook
  7. My Monkey Maze on PicasaWeb
  8. Your Monkey Maze on Devian Art
  9. Our Monkey Maze on Fine Art America
  10. Monkey Maze on Rossello Damiano
Also thanks to this source for the monkey maze

N Is For Night Maze

Yonatan Frimer Moon at Night Maze Art
Click for Maze Solution of Night Maze
Maze of the moon in the dark of night with stars all around. Created to go right next to the maze of the letter N for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet, basic reading, and how to count. Maze ends in the lower left corner and begins in the upper left corner.

Top Ten (Eleven) URL's to download Monkey Maze:
  1. Night Maze on Flickr
  2. Night Maze on Twitpic and Twitter
  3. Night Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Night Maze on Team Of Monkeys . Com
  5. Night maze on photobucket
  6. Night Maze on The Facebook
  7. Night Maze on Live Journal
  8. Night Maze on PicasaWeb
  9. Night Maze on Devian Art
  10. Night Maze on Fine Art America
  11. Night Maze on Rossello Damiano
And special thanks for this maze source for the night maze cometh


Q is for Quarter Maze
Awseome maze of a quarter dollar coin by Yonatan Frimer
Click for Maze Solution of Quarter Maze
Maze of a quarter of a quarter dollar for the letter Q maze. Created to go right next to the maze of the letter Q for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet, basic reading, and how to count. Maze ends in the lower left corner and begins in the upper left corner. Try to solve it without peaking at the solution. Good Luck!

Top Ten +1 |URL's to download Quarter Maze
  1. Quarter Maze on Flickr
  2. Quarter Maze on Twitpic and Twitter
  3. Quarter Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Quarter Maze on Team Of Monkeys . Com
  5. Quarter maze on photobucket
  6. Quarter Maze on Facebook
  7. Quarter Maze on PicasaWb
  8. Quarter Maze on Live Journal
  9. Quarter Maze on Devian Art
  10. Quarter Maze on Fine Art America
  11. Quarter Maze on Rossello Damiano
we'd also like to thank this source for providing the quarter maze



Also, thanks to this source for these mazes

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Mazes by Yonatan Frimer includeing Stop Sign Maze, electricity Maze and Union Maze

S is for Stop Sign Maze
yonatan frimer stop sign maze
Click for Maze Solution of Stop Sign Maze
Maze of a Stop Sign to go right next to the maze of the letter S for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet, basica reading, and how to count. The maze begins in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Try to solve the maze in as little time as possible, and by starting at the begining and going all the way to the end of the maze. By Yonatan Frimer.

Special thanks to this source for introducing us to Stop Sign MAZE!

Top Ten |URL's to download Stop Sign Maze
  1. Stop Sign Maze on Fine Art America
  2. Stop Sign Maze on Flickr
  3. Stop Sign Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Stop Sign Maze on Picasa
  5. Stop Sign Maze on Live Journal
  6. Stop Sign Maze on photobucket
  7. Stop Sign Maze on Twitpic
  8. Stop Sign Maze on Devian Art
  9. Stop Sign Maze on Facebook
  10. Stop Sign Maze on Team Of Monkeys . Com

U is for Union Maze
psychedelic electrical outlet maze
Click for Maze Solution of Union Maze
Maze of two hands holding to form a union, to go right next to the maze of the letter U for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet, basica reading, and how to count. The maze begins in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Try to solve the maze in as little time as possible, and by starting at the begining and going all the way to the end of the maze. By Yonatan Frimer.
Maze source for Union Maze

Top Ten |URL's to download Union Maze
  1. Union Maze on Fine Art America
  2. Union Maze on Flickr
  3. Union Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Union Maze on Picasa
  5. Union Maze on Live Journal
  6. Union maze on photobucket
  7. Union Maze on Twitpic
  8. Union Maze on Devian Art
  9. Union Maze on Facebook
  10. Union Maze on Team Of Monkeys . Com

E is for Electricity Maze
psychedelic electrical outlet maze
Click for Maze Solution of Electric Outlet Maze
Maze of an electrical outlet with psychedelic lightning bolts coming out of it. The maze starts in the upper-left corner and the maze ends in the lower right-hand corner. This maze goes with the maze of the letter J for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet, basica reading, and how to count. By Yonatan Frimer.

Source for the Electricity Maze by Yonatan Frimer

Top Ten |URL's to download Electricity Maze
  1. Electricity Maze on Fine Art America
  2. Electricity Maze on Flickr
  3. Electricity Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Electricity Maze on Picasa
  5. Electric Maze on Live Journal
  6. Electric maze on photobucket
  7. Electric Maze on Twitpic
  8. Electric Maze on Devian Art
  9. Electricity Maze on Facebook
  10. Electic Maze on Team Of Monkeys . Com

J is for Jump Maze
volley ball jump maze yonatan frimer
Click for Maze Solution of Jump Maze
Maze of a car driving in a skid, almost drift pattern. Maze starts in the upper left corner and the maze exits in the lower right corner. This maze goes with the maze of the letter J for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

Maze Image and content came from this source

Top Ten List of where to download the Jump Maze by Yonatan Frimer:
  1. Jump Maze on Fine Art America
  2. Jump Maze on Flickr
  3. Jump Maze on Saatchi Online
  4. Jump Maze on Picasa
  5. Send Jump Maze ecard on 123 Greetings
  6. Jump Maze on Live Journal
  7. Jump maze on photobucket
  8. Jump Maze on Twitpic
  9. Jump Maze on Devian Art
  10. Jump Maze on Facebook
Random Maze Link

Monday, January 31, 2011

January 2011 Mazes: Jump, Car, X-Ray, and Doctor Mazes by Yonatan Frimer

J is for Jump Maze
volley ball jump maze yonatan frimer
Click for Maze Solution of Jump Maze
Maze of a car driving in a skid, almost drift pattern. Maze starts in the upper left corner and the maze exits in the lower right corner. This maze goes with the maze of the letter J for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

Source for Jump Maze
C is for Car Maze
car maze by Yonatan Frimer
Click for Maze Solution of Car Maze
Maze of a car driving in a skid, almost drift pattern. Maze starts in the upper left corner and the maze exits in the lower right corner. This maze goes with the maze of the letter C for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.
Source for Car Maze

X is for X-Ray Maze
x ray maze art
Click for Maze Solution of X-Ray Maze
Maze of a chest X-ray. The maze starts in the upper left corner and the maze exits in the lower right corner. This maze goes with the maze of the letter X for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.
Source for X-Ray Maze

D is for Doctor Maze
Doctor Maze Art
Click for Maze Solution of Doctor Maze
Maze of a doctor with a tongue depressor about to ask a patient to say "AAAhHHH". The maze starts in the upper left corner and the maze exits in the lower right corner. This maze goes with the maze of the letter D for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.
Source For Doctor Maze by Yonatan Frimer


Thursday, January 13, 2011

Lion and Horse And Goat Oh MY! Maze art of various animals by Yonatan Frimer

H is for Horse Maze
h is for horse maze by yonatan frimer for the letter H maze

Click for Maze Solution of Horse Maze
Maze of a horse, the animal humans used to ride to travel before the car or train was invented. It was either that or walking. Maze starts in the upper left corner and maze ends in the lower right corner, marked by the arrows. This maze goes with the maze of the letter H for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

You can also find Goat Maze online at these links:

G is for Goat Maze
Maze of a goat by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of Goat Maze
Maze of a goat, the furry cute farm animal with big horns. This maze goes with the maze of the letter G for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

You can also find Goat Maze online at these links:


L is for Lion Maze
Lion maze of letter L by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of Lion Maze
Maze of a lion, the king of the jungle and top of the food chain other than humans. Known for their courage, lions are power animals that control large territories and roam and hunt them. Maze starts in the upper left corner and maze ends in the lower right corner, marked by the arrows. This maze goes with the maze of the letter L for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

You can also find Goat Maze online at these links:

Check out more mazes at these links
Maze source for Goat, Lion and Horse Maze
Website Maze Source - Alphabet Mazes
Check out these Massive mazes, some of the largest and coolest mazes you'll see.

Monday, January 10, 2011

i is for igloo maze, by Yonatan Frimer

I is for Igloo Maze
Igloo Maze by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of Igloo Maze
Maze of an Igloo, the houses made of snow bricks that the eskimos make. The entrance of the maze is in the upper left corner, and the exit is in the lower right corner of the maze. This maze goes with the maze of the letter i for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

Maze blog source for this post

Amazing maize maze in New Zeland, plus a few Yonatan Frimer Mazes and maze links thrown in

I found this article about a maze in New Zeland that I wanted to share with you, my readers.

Below is the article mixed in with a few of my mazes with fun links of other mazes. I guess you can say is a maze of maze links of a reposted article about maize mazes that I wanted my maze fans to read about. Wow that was a tongue twister :)

this link on Karaka

Amazing Maze

Cool maze of a penguin


When:

Tuesday 11th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Wednesday 12th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Thursday 13th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Friday 14th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday 15th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

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Where:

The Amazing Maze 'n Maize, 833 Kingseat Road, Karaka

Ticket Information:
Children:$8.00
Adults:$12.00
Family (2 + 2):$35.00
Websites:
www.maze.co.nz
www.spookers.co.nz
www.creepers.co.nz

The Amazing Maze 'n Maize is a giant maze cut into a paddock of maize (animal feed corn). The maze takes on average 45 minutes to complete. There are over 8 kms of paths, with bridges in the middle to get your bearings or to watch your friends from. Trivia and joke signs are placed throughout the mazes, and visitors can choose to make it a competition or just a walk in the corn.
There are 100 “Kernels of Knowledge” scattered throughout the maze, which relate this year’s new maze theme, Weird and Wacky.

Zebra maze by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a zebra for the letter Z by Yonatan Frimer

The Amazing Maze ‘n Maize has many games and activities to play once you find yourselves out of the maze, including a bouncy castle. Open 7 days a week until the end of April.
The maze is located adjacent to Spookers, at Kingseat, Karaka. There are other family friendly activities for children ages 8 years and older, such as Terror Tours of Spookers Haunted House, and Disturbia, the 3D mind blowing extravaganza.
Children 8 years and older can also come to Creepers, on Thursday nights during the school holidays.

eventfinder.co.nz

Train Maze by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a train for the letter T


Maze of a deer caught in the headlights by Yonatan Frimer

Deer in the headlights maze yonatan frimer


I grabbed this from this maze link

O is for Ostrich Maze by Yonatan Frimer

O is for Ostrich Maze
Ostrich Maze

Click for Maze Solution of Ostrich Maze
Maze of an ostrich, a very big flightless bird that is the largest bird in the world and is larger than an average human. The entrance of the maze is in the upper left corner, and the exit is in the lower right corner of the maze. This maze goes with the maze of the letter O for the kids book, "Learn To A Maze" Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.


Source page for this maze of an ostrich

Yonatan Frimer Maze art on Flickr
Maze art prints for sale by Yonatan Frimer
Maze blog
Another maze blog source

Friday, January 7, 2011

Wedding Maze - Bride and Groom Maze portrait of Yasha And Ayala Harari, Created by Yonatan Frimer

Wedding Maze Portait of Bride & Groom
bride and groom maze by Yonatan Frimer

Click for Maze Solution of Bride and Groom Wedding Maze
Maze portrait of Yasha Harari as the groom and Ayala Cutzu-Harari as the bride. Good friends of mine who got married in early January 2011. I had made a small wage beer bet a few weeks prior to the wedding and made this portrait to settle the gamble I took. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. HINT FOR THE MAZE SOLUTION: The path for the maze solution runs across both their hearts.
Created by Yonatan Frimer

You can also view this maze at he following source: