Posts Tagged ‘maze artist’

Awesome Optical Illusion Mazes by Yonatan Frimer

April 21, 2011
 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

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

February 5, 2011

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
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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

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

January 13, 2011

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

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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.

Maze art of the numbers three, five, six and nine, all in the form of mazes by Yonatan Frimer

January 4, 2011

Number Three (3) Maze
Maze by Yonatan Frimer of the number three (3)
Click for Maze Solution of Number Three (3) Maze
Maze of the number three (3) created by Yonatan Frimer. Maze of from the numbers chapter of the book “Learn To A Maze” which helps kids learn the alphabet and numbers through the use of mazes.


Number  Nine (9) Maze
Maze by Yonatan Frimer of the number nine (9)
Click for Maze Solution of Number Nine (9) Maze
Maze of the number nine (9) created by Yonatan Frimer. Maze of from the numbers chapter of the book “Learn To A Maze” which helps kids learn the alphabet and numbers through the use of mazes.


Number  Five (5) Maze
Yonatan Frimer maze of the number five (5)

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Maze of the number Five (5) for the maze learning book “Learn To A Maze”. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Number  Six (6) Maze
Number Six (6) Maze
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Maze of the number Six (6) for the maze learning book “Learn To A Maze”. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Animal Mazes: Zebra Maze and Deer Maze – By Yonatan Frimer

December 23, 2010

Maze of a Zebra amongst the stripes, by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a zebra for the letter Z by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of a shy zebra with his stripes against other stripes. Entrance of the maze is in the upper left corner and exit of the maze is near his mouth in the lower right corner.
Click for Maze Solution of Z is for Zebra Maze

Maze of deer caught in the headlights
Deer in the headlights maze yonatan frimer

Maze of a deer caught in the headlights. Optical illusion psychedelic effects are caused by perpendicular lines to represent the shape of a deer. Causes the image to process in the brain longer and more memorable maze.

We invite you to also visit some of these links to check out some more mazes:

  1. Check out more mazes from Yonatan Frimer.
  2. More Zebra Maze and Deer in Headlights Maze.
  3. Maze Blog of these mazes too.
  4. Yet another Maze of Mazes blog by Yonatan Frimer lots of mazes here.
  5. Defacto Animal Mazes of Zebra And Deer.
  6. Another source for these mazes, maze blog for the masses.
  7. Yet another maze blog source/

Yo Yo Maze and Raccoon Maze, by Yonatan Frimer

December 21, 2010

Y is for Yo-Yo – Maze of a Yo-Yo

Maze of a guy with a yo yo for the letter y maze
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Yo Yo Maze. Maze of a guy with a yo yo. This maze goes with the maze of the letter Y for the kids book, “Learn To A Maze” Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

Maze of the letter Y, upper-case:
maze of the letter Y twenty fifth letter of the english alphabet
Click for  Maze Solution of Y maze

R is For Raccoon – Maze of a Raccoon

Maze of Raccoon for the Letter R Maze

Click for Maze Solution of R for Raccoon Maze
Raccoon Maze for the Letter R Maze. Part of a series for a book called, “Learn To A Maze” which uses image themed mazes to teach kids the alphabet and how to read. This maze of a raccoon goes next to the maze of the letter R. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of the letter R:
Maze art of the letter R, by Yonatan Frimer
Click for Maze Solution of R maze

These mazes are from Yonatan Frimer’s upcoming book, “Learn To A Maze”. An edutainment booklet that teaches children (and adults!) the alphabet and simple reading using mazes. For more examples of Yonatan Frimer’s mazes, visit Team Of Monkeys . com or Ink Blot Mazes . com

Some more maze links for you: Happy Day!

Maze Artist for hire – Yonatan Frimer – Cartoonist for Hire

August 25, 2010

Open letter to anyone who works at a newspaper:

Please forward this to the Editor-in-Chief or HR department at your newspaper.

I’m an editorial cartoonist and am interested in submitting my portfolio and resume for review by your newspaper.

Please have a look at my editorial cartoons and let me know if there are any freelance, part-time, or full-time positions at your paper that would make good use of my talents.

My portfolio and resume can be viewed at:
http://teamofmonkeys.com/portfolio

If you’d like me to submit my works in any other format, please let me know.

Best,

Yonatan

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Yonatan Frimer
Cartoonist
http://TeamOfMonkeys.com
http://InkBlotMazes.com/
Phone: +972-545-683-040

maze cartoon of road to peace or war motorcycle

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Turia: Ko tenei te wa: navigating the maze of life

June 22, 2009

Turia: Ko tenei te wa: navigating the maze of life

Monday, 22 June 2009, 5:16 pm
Speech: New Zealand Government


Tariana Turia

22 June, 2009
‘Ko tenei te wa: navigating the maze of life’

I am delighted to be able to return to the Early Intervention in Psychosis National Training Forum; and I am grateful to the Wellington Early Intervention Service for your invitation.

It is eight years since I opened the wananga, hosted by Ngati Porou in December 2001; and I will be interested to learn what has changed; what has remained the same; and where the challenges lie.

I would expect that one important theme would remain the same – that early intervention in psychosis is a fundamental cause for hope.

It is the hope that the earlier that psychosis is identified and treated, the better the outcomes will be. Early support to a person and their family, with the right treatment early on, offers much less likelihood of enduring illness or loss of function.
It is the hope that early intervention helps a person and their family to manage that first pivotal episode and to then focus on relapse prevention.

And it is the hope, that all of us can work together, clinicians, health promoters, whanau, community advocates, tangata whaiora; to achieve the best outcomes in a situation of uncertainty.

As I was thinking about this conference, I came across the poem by John Milton, which includes the incredible phrase:

“The melting voice through mazes running

Untwisting all the chains that tie

The hidden soul of harmony”.

It was a phrase that made a lot of sense to me in the context of early psychosis.

Who can tell what that melting voice is to any of us?

It may be the voice of our tupuna; the voice of our conscience; our inner voice of reason, of identity; of clarity.

But find it we must – to find that strong voice that helps us through the mazes of life; that untwists the knots and restores our full recovery.

You will all be familiar with the Mental Health Commission’s Blueprint for Mental Health Services which tells us that recovery is a journey as much as a destination. The Blueprint describes this in the following way:

“For some people with mental illness recovery is a road they travel on once or twice, to a destination that is relatively easy to find.

For others recovery is more like a maze with an elusive destination, a maze that takes a lifetime to navigate”.

So what we are all gathered here today and tomorrow for, is to find the ways in which we navigate through mazes; to protect the essence of who we are; to restore the connections that bind.

The key to success in early intervention is all to do with the timing. Early recognition is vital; to be then followed with timely and appropriate support and treatment.

If the first episode is treated well, there is a far higher chance of a successful recovery.

The critical success factors for early intervention are that the very first indications of concern by an individual and whanau are responded to by a team which works in harmony with each other.

That team approach must be one owned and shared by consumers and tangata whaiora, their carers, whanau and clinicians.

The team might include psychiatric nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, clinicians; but it will also vitally include whanau; friends; peer support workers – young people who may have had similar experiences and who are just as committed to achieve the best possible outcomes for young people experiencing psychosis.

The key is on timeliness; cooperation and collaboration; and every effort made to consider the fullest range of options and opportunities before any treatment plan is agreed to, if at all.

I am always very wary of any interventions which rely, too quickly, on medication as a response.

Tangata whaiora must be armed with the knowledge to make informed decisions about the use of medication – and the follow through with a plan to monitor the effects.

The theme for this event is ‘Ko tenei te wa – this is the time’.

This is the time, not to immediately problem solve or diagnose with the instant cure. This is the time to say to each and every one of the families who come through the door – this is your time.

This is your time to share the journey to this point in time now. What were the triggers that brought you to this service? Are there recurrent warnings, ongoing tensions that have provoked this episode?

What are the experiences that may have exacerbated the stress – are there factors such as substance abuse, inherited conditions, mood disorders, which add to the story?

What are the environmental factors that may have influenced your health and wellbeing; or have a negative impact personally and on your whanau?

Engaging early, and intervening well, means those who can take us down as many different roads on the journey as possible, help to put together a road map which guides everyone forward.

Yesterday, the pre-conference workshop led by Dr Warrick Brewer, was entitled, “something is not quite right”. It is a phrase which I would hope all of our families could include within their repertoire of wellness – to care for each other, and to act, not just in knowing when something is not quite right, but in knowing what to do.

The ‘what to do’ might mean a trip to the early intervention service is the very first action a family takes.

That makes it so utterly important that the family has a strong entrance point through primary healthcare, to be able to access the right service to lead to recovery.

To be able to offer gold standard diagnosis and treatment you need to get it right from the start. The gold standard starts in our whanau and our families recognizing something is not right; and seeking help.

When they walk through the doors of the service, they aren’t greeted with an admission card, and a category which labels them as having a major diagnosis.

The time is taken to get to know all of the relevant people, to link with primary care, to invest in understanding the important relationships.

There is time to walk with the person themselves – to achieve a stronger understanding about illnesses; to destigmatise and debunk all of the myths that might make it hard to know what is going on.

I want to really congratulate this sector, for your commitment to ensure that family and whanau are essential to recovery.

The leadership that you have demonstrated in resources such as the Family Matters DVD is extremely important. It is great that families are not only being supported to understand psychosis, but that you as professionals are learning more about the important role that families play in effective treatment and coping strategies.

If families are onboard, and intervention is as early as possible, then the more likely that there will be positive outcomes.

The benefits of early intervention are immense. There are reduced risks of hospitalization, of relapse, of disrupted relationships. We know that recurrent relapses are damaging for a person’s future, and bring with them a greater risk of long term morbidity.

So I return again to the challenge – ko tenei te wa – now is the time for harmony.

All of the best practice information tells us that breaking down the silos and offering a flexible approach to service provision is the key to success in providing a comprehensive and holistic approach – an approach which leads to whanau ora.

We need to include the greater whanau in our treatment and recovery plans.

We need to be confident we have the fullest information possible before heading to a diagnosis.

We want to see integrated service provision – across the health sector, but also across social services, justice, housing and education.

Having support people within your team who are linked into education and employment opportunities, helps to link tangata whaiora back into their communities.

The transition to employment can be a vital step towards recovery. In this light, I will be keen to hear from you what impacts the recent decision, withdrawing vocational and employment support from people on sickness and invalids benefits, will have for the people accessing early intervention services.

We want access to excellent clinical treatment but we also want to support families to be confident to manage an episode and to know about relapse prevention.

And most important of all, if we are really committed to the young people we are working with, we must listen to their experiences and we must be willing to learn with them, from them, about them.

Ko tenei te wa – now is the time to listen for the voice through mazes running; now is the time for harmony to prevail.

Your job is to help make it happen.

I wish you great insights and great courage, in sharing together over these two days, strategies and experiences that will help make all who journey with you travel safely on the road to wellness and wellbeing

Portaits, mazes, news and more.

March 12, 2009
Osama        or       Obama
terrorist osama bin ladenObama for President

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First Lady for President – Hillary Clinton                          Mona Lisa Replica 2008
Hillary ClintonMoni Yoni

Nuclear Obama: Will Cap-and-Trade Plans Spur Nuclear Revival?

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Will President Obama—no huge booster of nuclear power on the campaign trail—become the nuclear industry’s best friend?

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Nuclear dream team? (AP)

Here’s the thinking making the rounds in pro-nuclear circles: The Obama administration has talked up the need to dramatically curb greenhouse-gas emissions, and even included revenues from a non-existent cap-and-trade scheme in its 2010-2014 budget. To curb emissions so much will require an across-the-board development of low-emissions energy, from wind farms to, yes, more new nuclear plants.

Nuclear advocate and author William Tucker makes the optimists’ case in the American Spectator (tip of the hat). When climate policies run into opposition from Congress, led by coal-dependent states, the nuclear lightbulb will turn on:

Someone in the administration — probably Energy Secretary Steven Chu, who knows in his heart that wind and solar can’t cut it — will suggest that that a carbon tax be coupled with the revival of nuclear power. Suddenly, the dam will break. NRC regulatory mazes that are still trying to protect us from Three Mile Island will be swept aside. Construction schedules will be accelerated. (The TVA just built a new reactor at Watts Bar in three years and under budget, using a license granted in the 1970s.) Tens of thousands of construction jobs will be created overnight. The French and Japanese will provide the financing. We may even revive the steel industry in the process.

The idea that the climate-change imperative will give fresh legs to nuclear power isn’t entirely new; that’s what’s pushing once-hostile environmentalists toward the pro-nuclear camp. And a carbon tax or at least expensive emissions in a cap-and-trade program would go a long way toward improving nuclear power’s currently grim economics.

But even an Obama administration bear hug that “sweeps aside regulatory mazes” won’t necessarily “accelerate construction schedules”—those depend in large part on financing and getting a hold of sometimes limited nuclear components. And while a big nuclear build out would indeed create as many as 20,000 jobs, it would be hard to create them overnight, given the three-decade atrophy of the U.S. nuclear industry.

What’s really missing is any discussion of nuclear waste. Now that Yucca Mountain’s been given the Old Yeller treatment, there is no long-term solution for storing nuclear waste that’s remotely close to fruition. For the current fleet of nuclear reactors, which produce about 2,000 tons of radioactive fuel a year, the death of Yucca Mountain just means business as usual.

But sooner or later, if nuclear power becomes an even bigger part of the nation’s energy mix, the nuclear waste problem is going to have to become an even bigger part of the answer.

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Maze Kong - 2006 Mazes

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gwen stephani maze portrait portrait maze bashar assad shimon peres, president of israel, portrait by yonatan frimer

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Amir Peretz                                         The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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a solar panel:


The Mazeum – Ink On Paper, Winter 2006, by Y. Frimer
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Team of monkeys . com, founded in  February 1964* is a subsidiary of STOM Research, founded in December 1961*. Utilizing the vast resources at its disposal, STOM Research has resulted in conclusive evidence that monkeys working in teams can benefit the human race in ways not previously accepted because monkeys working alone are unable to perform the same task(s).

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