thomas artelab

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Nucleus#11 / ellipsoid with boxes generation driven by a field of sinewave 3d functions

Looks like a brain Nucleus / ellipsoid with boxes generation driven by a field of sinewave functions

Sue Lawty's pebble mandala.

Victoria & Albert Museum, world beach project - Porthlevan, Cornwall

Marble, ceramic tile, tumbled stone, and sea pottery mosaic by Julie Sperling (2014) -- 12.5" x 3"

Julie Sperling Mosaics: ceramic stone and marble abstract mosaic

Stone Fields - algorithmically generated formations, by Giuseppe Randazzo, via but does it float

Stone Fields is a project by Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo whose website, novastructura, features a number of algorithmic works. Inspired by the work of Richard Long, Randazzo uses algorithms to.

"Fossil of the day (From leader to laggard)" climate change #mosaic by Julie Sperling

"Fossil of the day" climate change mosaic by Julie Sperling

This piece somehow represents chaos and order at the same time. There is a definite structure here but the pieces also look as though they could all fly off at any time. It makes me want to watch them to see where they go, which might make me a little bit crazy since I know they aren't moving. Still, great, dynamic, interesting design

Nuclei {"a project about space, space filling and fields. Starting from a sphere . and applying several types of scalar fields to its volume, a large set of boxes is used to highlight the shape and the tension of the underlying forces"}

Algorithmically generated rock formations with textured patterns; stone sculptures; modern art // Giuseppe Randazzo

Giuseppe Randazzo: Stone Fields — algorithmically generated formations, by Giuseppe Randazzo

Letter Home

Jennifer Cantwell - Letter home Frequency Typography, the sound of words.

Conceptual Architecture - Plan and section

This complex plan and sectional perspective drawing for Conceptual Architecture magazine has the same mediums, colours and style on each drawing on the one page, letting viewers understand that these are a set all done by the same designer or company.

The ARCHive

Joshua L Jones, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2011 Terminal Master’s Project 2 : “Drawings for a place of Reflection” - Spring 2011