Shifting Spaces by Yuria Okamura

Shifting Spaces by Yuria Okamura


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Shifting Spaces explores the symbolic quality of geometry by surveying its potential to communicate cosmological knowledge/worldviews in both scientific and metaphysical terms. The use of...
Daily Renders by Filip Hodas

Daily Renders by Filip Hodas


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The otherworldly landscapes digitally crafted by Filip Hodas transport the viewer into a hypnagogic, hyperrealistic space that defies the physical laws that govern the world around us. Since the beginning of
Ocean to Earth by Splund

Ocean to Earth by Splund


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Luke Pearce aka Splund, originally started drawing as a form of meditation & likes to spend time immersed within the lines of sacred geometry and
Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram

Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram


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Jerram has been turning viruses and other pathogens into stunning glass sculptures that are just as eerie as they are beautiful as part of an ongoing series titled "Glass Microbiology." He chooses some of the most
Light Paintings by Hannu Huhtamo

Light Paintings by Hannu Huhtamo


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Huhtamo uses long-exposure photography, opening up the lens from minutes to hours, capturing the lights in its ephemeral state. “Darkness is the canvas and the light is my brush. With light paintings you can create new worlds in the darkness,”
Kinetic Drawings by Heather Hansen

Kinetic Drawings by Heather Hansen


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Using only motion and charcoal, Heather Hansen is expressing herself through dance creating stunning forms and patterns. The artist from New-Orleans has developed her kinetic drawing technique while setting her...
Hanoi Lotus Centre by DeciBel

Hanoi Lotus Centre by DeciBel


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The Lotus Building owes it’s form to a pentagonal grid system. The pentagon has been chosen as a metaphor representing the five points of an out-stretched person (head, arms and legs). Ratios of five are also...
Basic Elements by Raul Esquivel

Basic Elements by Raul Esquivel


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In classical thought, the four elements Water, Air, Earth, and Fire frequently occur; sometimes including a fifth element or quintessence (after "quint" meaning "fifth") called...
The Diatomist by Matthew Killip

The Diatomist by Matthew Killip


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The Diatomist is a short documentary about Klaus Kemp, master of the Victorian art of diatom arrangement. Diatoms are single cell algae that create jewel-like…
Fractals by Matt Walford

Fractals by Matt Walford


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This series of still life images are based on “Fractals” which are fragmented geometric shapes that can be split into parts, each of which is approximately a reduced-size copy of the whole.
Detailed Abstractions by Penabranca

Detailed Abstractions by Penabranca


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Penabranca is a Brazilian artist and designer from Sao Paulo who uses geometry, nature and vivid colours to create stunning compositions straight out of the dream world.
Botanical Mandalas by xYz

Botanical Mandalas by xYz


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Botanical Mandala is an ongoing series of digital prints, featuring British native species in habitat specific groupings, represents approximately 30 hours of painstaking and patient work. J. K Tilsey is using a unique and creative technique to conserve nature into digital world.
Paper Play by Maud Vantours

Paper Play by Maud Vantours


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Maud Vantours was born in 1985 in France. Designer and artist, she lives and works in Paris, where she followed a design training with a specialisation in textiles and materials research.
Natural Processes by Julius Horsthuis

Natural Processes by Julius Horsthuis


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Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process over and over in an ongoing...
Eden Project by Grimshaw

Eden Project by Grimshaw


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The word ‘biomimicry’ describes the process of humans borrowing designs and systems from nature to create their own technology. Jolyon Brewis of Grimshaw Architects did...
Polyscapes by James Pike

Polyscapes by James Pike


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Polyscapes is a series of digital geometric pictures created by James Pike who is currently studying Arts and visual design. With outstanding composition and visually pleasing...
Crystal Birth by Emanuele Fornasier

Crystal Birth by Emanuele Fornasier


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Italian student Emanuele Fornasier is documenting his exceptional chemistry project where he is exploring chemical reactions and metal structures. Crystal Birth is a timelapse video...
Stone Balancing by Adrian Gray

Stone Balancing by Adrian Gray


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Adrian Gray is the pioneer of this art that consists in the balancing of stones. This is a practice that combines natural elements with human creativity and...
Philographics by Studio Careras

Philographics by Studio Careras


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Sometimes with colours and geometric shapes we can formulate ideas that are explained in thousands of words. Merging graphics and philosophy in a design-conscious hybrid...
Not Art by Warsheh

Not Art by Warsheh


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The Jordan-based designers, who go by the collective name Warsheh, strip art history’s greatest hits down to their leading characters, splicing up the remaining imagery...
Flux by Dieter Pilger

Flux by Dieter Pilger


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Flux is a kinetic 3D printed mezmerizing physical sculpture created by dieter Pilger in collaboration with Janno Ströcker and Frederik Scheve. While the outer body zoetrope...
2D/3D by Yizi Zheng

2D/3D by Yizi Zheng


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Yizi Zheng is a Graphic Designer currently studying in London. Striving to bring paper to life, she is interested in the interactions between audience and...
Reflection from Above by Donna Dotan

Reflection from Above by Donna Dotan


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The New York architectural photographer Donna Dotan “mild obsession” with symmetry is reflected through her series Reflection From Above which capture the energy that goes...
Keplar Series by Tallmadge Doyle

Keplar Series by Tallmadge Doyle


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In an effort to determine the distances between planets in our solar system, the Renaissance astronomers paved the way for the scientific revolution by questioning...
Al Bahar Towers by Aedas

Al Bahar Towers by Aedas


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Inspired by the traditional Arabic mashrabiya (wooden lattice screens, carved to some geometric design that have filled the windows of traditional Arabic architecture since the...
The Fascinating World of Fungi

The Fascinating World of Fungi


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You probably didn’t know mushrooms could be used to construct buildings and cure diseases. Mushrooms are being tested in innovative and imaginative ways to help...
Sisyphus by Bruce Shapiro

Sisyphus by Bruce Shapiro


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Artist Bruce Shapiro worked in designing kinetic sculptures for the last 20 years. Shapiro worked on motion-control technology to find a way to combine science...
Layers of Glass by Ramon Todo

Layers of Glass by Ramon Todo


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Tokyo born artist Ramon Todo splices pieces of stone, volcanic rock, obsidian, fossils, books and even pieces of the Berlin Wall with translucent layers of...
Woven Image by Benjamin Hubert

Woven Image by Benjamin Hubert


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Benjamin Hubert’s London studio Layer has designed a modular screen system made up of triangular hemp tiles for Australian textile company Woven Image. The Scale system...
Fractal Experience by Erik Söderberg

Fractal Experience by Erik Söderberg


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Fractal Experience is a personal graphic project by the swedish cross-media artist Erik Söderberg having the scope of exploring the difference between shapes created by humans...
Glass Rivers by Greg Klassen

Glass Rivers by Greg Klassen


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Talented artist and furniture-maker Greg Klassen’s beautiful river- and lake-like desks and tables that straddle the line between furniture and art. He sees every piece of...
Slow Life by Daniel Stoupin

Slow Life by Daniel Stoupin


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The most important living organisms that play the key functions in the biosphere might not seem exciting when it comes to motion. Plants, fungi, sponges,...
Codex Tor by Leigh McCloskey

Codex Tor by Leigh McCloskey


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The Codex Tor is the outcome of twenty-one years of creative adventure and imaginative exploration comprising over five hundred hand drawn and painted images that...
Paper Sculptures by Rogan Brown

Paper Sculptures by Rogan Brown


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Rogan Brown’s work is inspired by the tradition of scientific illustration and model making; detailed observational drawings based on patterns and motifs found in nature...
Science of Origami By Robert J. Lang

Science of Origami By Robert J. Lang


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The intersections between origami, mathematics, and science occur at many levels and include many fields of the latter. Origami, like music, also permits both composition...
All you can feel by Sarah Schoenfeld

All you can feel by Sarah Schoenfeld


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German artist Sarah Schönfeld’s – All You Can Feel is a visualization of legal and illegal drugs, now published in a leather-bound volume that functions as a...
Divine Journey by Simon Wieland

Divine Journey by Simon Wieland


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Simon Wieland has been drawing Sacred Geometry patterns and exploring sound as a healing tool, exploring sacred geometry, power of sound and cymatics
Complexity Graphics by Tatiana Plakhova

Complexity Graphics by Tatiana Plakhova


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Tatiana Plakhova is an illustrator, designer and art director living and working in Russia. Her complex and mesmerizing digital paintings trace natural floral forms and...
The Lost Triangle of Pythagoras

The Lost Triangle of Pythagoras


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Artist/engineer Gregg Fleishman has been working with slotted plywood and geometry for over 40 years to create fantastical objects that span the worlds of furniture,...
Millefiori by Fabian Oefner

Millefiori by Fabian Oefner


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Captured by Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner in his project Millefiori, the iron particles start to rearrange, forming black channels and separating the watercolours from the...
Orna by Cristian Boian

Orna by Cristian Boian


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Cristian Boian, one of the leading Romanian graphic designers and digital illustrators whose work is recognized on the world stage, used to be a carpenter in his...
Soul of Science by Daniel Martin Diaz

Soul of Science by Daniel Martin Diaz


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Combining “concepts of consciousness” and science with the physical and metaphorical, Daniel Martin Diaz’s explorations come to life on paper. Diaz’s work, despite feeling so strangely...
Stone Fields by Giuseppe Randazzo

Stone Fields by Giuseppe Randazzo


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Stone Fields is a project from Novastructura by Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo. This project has started from a search for a 3d-objects optimal packing algorithm...
Power of One #Surface by Shohei Fujimoto

Power of One #Surface by Shohei Fujimoto


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Created by Shohei Fujimoto, Power of One #Surface explores perception through reflection and position, where the visitor is invited to explore both the actual and reflected pattern which continuously...
Art for the third eye by Emma Kunz

Art for the third eye by Emma Kunz


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Emma Kunz was a Swiss telepathic healer, researcher, and artist who in the 1940’s, channeled drawings for her patients using colored pencils, crayons, graph paper and...
Perspective drawings – Codex Guelf

Perspective drawings – Codex Guelf


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The following perspective drawings come from a rather obscure 16th century anonymous paper manuscript containing sketches of geometric solids. It consists of more than thirty watercolour sketches of...
Orbs by Ari Winkle

Orbs by Ari Winkle


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With shockingly breath-taking use of colour and texture, Ari Winkle brings us into her world of imagination, with her experimental interpretation of the captivation of Orbs....
Kežmarská Hut by Atelier 8000

Kežmarská Hut by Atelier 8000


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Czech architects and artists from Atelier 8000 designed this monolithic cube retreat for the mountains of northern Slovakia. Inspired by glaciers, the architects envisioned a block...
Illustrated Astronomy 1855 By Asa Smith

Illustrated Astronomy 1855 By Asa Smith


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Illustrated Astronomy by Asa Smith was the most popular American pictorial astronomy guide of the 19th century, with numerous diagrams demonstrating or showing  principles of planetary...
Living Food By Minsu Kim

Living Food By Minsu Kim


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This project explores new culinary experiences potentially through developments in synthetic biology. Living food finds its lineage in haute cuisine and molecular gastronomy. A set...
Fabergé Fractals by Tom Beddard

Fabergé Fractals by Tom Beddard


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Scotland-based laser physicist-turned-artist and web developer Tom Beddard, has produced a number of intriguing geometric forms he refers to as Fabergé Fractals. Beddard’s creations boast brilliant...
Geometric Composition By Andy Gilmore

Geometric Composition By Andy Gilmore


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A master of color and geometric  composition, Andy Gilmore’s work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic, though it could just as well be described...
Snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

Snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov


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More than a few artists have proved that macro photography has merits beyond simply magnifying very small things and can capture aesthetically beautiful images lurking beyond...
Sombra de sol by Verushka Sirit

Sombra de sol by Verushka Sirit


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As a graphic designer, Verushka Sirit project explores texture and composition by merging harmonic colours with minimal lines by making use of sacred geometry and it`s symbolism. project url
Spirographs by Spires

Spirographs by Spires


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Inspired by ultramodern and minimalist styles, and intrigued by the idea that style can be substance, Spires produces surface designs that work as vehicles for...
Plato`s Universe by Sanchit Sawaria

Plato`s Universe by Sanchit Sawaria


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Plato believed that mathematics provided the best training for thinking about science and philosophy. The five regular solids are named Platonic Solids today after Plato....
Higher Dimensional by Louis Dazy

Higher Dimensional by Louis Dazy


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Four-dimensional geometry is Euclidean geometry extended into one additional dimension. The prefix “hyper-” is usually used to refer to the four- (and higher-) dimensional analogs...
Spiritual Architecture – K. Celestine

Spiritual Architecture – K. Celestine


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After discovering sacred geometry Kelvin Z Celestine Jr. became increasingly infatuated with ancient symbols and esoteric forms. Experimenting with the basics of this study through...
Forest Sculptures by Spencer Byles

Forest Sculptures by Spencer Byles


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Towering woven structures, hanging pods and large-scale constellations of shapes, Spencer Byles creates theatrical or even supernatural realms within the picturesque woodland environment. The pieces...
Chocolatexture by Oki Sato

Chocolatexture by Oki Sato


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“There are many factors that determine a chocolate’s taste,” says Sato, referring to factors like the origin of cocoa, the percentage used, and the various...
Staves for High One by Jesse Bransford

Staves for High One by Jesse Bransford


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Art magus, Jesse Bransford, has been involved in a heavy and heady exploration of Icelandic magic, creating a series of 18 Ljóðatal (staves) – essentially sigils...
Kunstformen der Natur by Ernst Haeckel

Kunstformen der Natur by Ernst Haeckel


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Kunstformen der Natur (German for Art Forms of Nature) is a book of lithographic and autotype prints by German biologist Ernst Haeckel. Originally published in sets...
Inorganic Flora by Macoto Murayama

Inorganic Flora by Macoto Murayama


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Botanist and designer Macoto Murayama has created “Inorganic Flora,” a collection of intricate blueprints of numerous flowers. Murayama buys different flowers from roadside stands and...
Ars Qubica by Cristóbal Vila

Ars Qubica by Cristóbal Vila


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The approach of Cristóbal Vila in the 3D animated short film Ars Qubica is to convey the presence of geometry and mathematics in art. This figure...
Cambodian Trees by Clément Briend

Cambodian Trees by Clément Briend


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Cambodian Trees is a creative light projection project by French artist Clément Briend that overlays trees with sculptural images of spirits and deities that are...
Gourd Artwork by Mark Doolittle

Gourd Artwork by Mark Doolittle


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With a Ph.D in cell and molecular biology, Dr. Doolittle has become increasingly involved in wood and gourd sculpture over the last several years, employing his...
Béton Brut by Le Corbusier

Béton Brut by Le Corbusier


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Few things command a space with the type of awe that a strong piece of architecture will. Artists create imaginary worlds within the enclosed space...
Desert Breath by D.A.ST. Arteam

Desert Breath by D.A.ST. Arteam


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Desert Breath is an artwork installation located in El Gouna, Egypt completed by a group of artists, designers and architects under the name of D.A.S.T Arteam....
Biotop from Polygonia by Istvan

Biotop from Polygonia by Istvan


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Created by designer ‘Istvan’ of Chaotic Atmosphere, these computer generated insects are a beautiful exercise in fictional biology, code, and digital illustration. The collection of...

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