This artist has managed to capture a part of my soul.
Complex works of the Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo
Math, meet nature. Nature, meet math. You guys should hang out more.
I will forever be imaging DNA as a helix of butterflies now.
Previously: Check out Nikki Graziano’s mathematical landscapes, one of the most original landscape photo series I’ve ever seen.
— Albert Einstein
"Dune" artwork by John Schoenherr
I will not fear. Fear is the mind killer.
— (via wanderthesewinds)
— Bruce Lee (via shelbymcquilkin)
Moments created by artist Alice X. Zhang
Experiments iterative structures, generated in Structure Synth by looping an angle of rotation. Animations in HD on my youtube channel: youtube.com/rafamiranda77. (vía Geometría Dinámica » Explorando la recursividad en el espacio)
Experimentos con estructuras iterativas generadas con Structure Synth, haciendo variar un ángulo del que depende una rotación. Animaciones en HD en mi canal de youtube: youtube.com/rafamiranda77. (vía Geometría Dinámica » Explorando la recursividad en el espacio)
Natural Selection by Noah Scalin
Scalin on his project:
The Natural Selection portrait series specifically explores the lives of great scientists whose work has had an incredible impact on the world. Each diptych is made up of the portrait of a deceased scientist and a representation of his/her skull. The skull is made by literally rearranging the elements used in the portrait, thus destroying that original creation in the spirit of the traditional sand mandalas of Tibetan Buddhism. The scientists represented are all great thinkers whose creations had an impact on our lives today, but also serious repercussions for their own lives (and deaths).
Well … these are pretty dang brilliant.
Don’t miss Noah Scalin’s 30-foot anamorphic portrait of Richard Feynman, drawn in flower petals … because we all know how Feynman felt about flowers :)