French graphic designer and artist, Sébastien Preschoux, recreates his observations of sunlight in nature using complex yarn installations, realizing shapes that a computer could create within seconds, by hand with traditional materials and tools . With reference to this he calls himself [ hu ] Man vs Machine.
“This turely deserves the name “digital art,” with which we usually used to describe some artistic works produced via computer. But the digital here is embedded in the artwork itself. Could you tell what it is on this image? Just like a pencil sketch? However, the line donotes the relationship between two people who have the same music album in their iTune libraries. People and their iTune libraries are located geographically onto a US map. Oh, this guy who drew this has no friends in Michigan at all!”
Spirals of life. The ever-present mathematical sequence of the natural world. I have always been more of an artist than a mathematician, but natural wonders like the spiral allow me to see the beauty in both art and math. New Zealand cow bone.
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