Strange Attractors: an ode to mathematics

These should be printed in 3D!! But I don’t think they are, they’re meant to be 2D pictures. They are created by Chaotic Atmospheres, an illustrator from Switzerland.

“I wanted to create a series of pictures representing mathematical shapes on white background, like a ‘tribute to mathematics’ that I often use in my work. I chose the ‘strange attractors’ for their dynamic forms and ‘chaotic feel’.”

There is a workflow tutorial on how he created these and you can check out lots more strange attractors on his behance page.

(via @bitcraftlab)

Strange Attractors: an ode to mathematics

These should be printed in 3D!! But I don’t think they are, they’re meant to be 2D pictures. They are created by Chaotic Atmospheres, an illustrator from Switzerland.

“I wanted to create a series of pictures representing mathematical shapes on white background, like a ‘tribute to mathematics’ that I often use in my work. I chose the ‘strange attractors’ for their dynamic forms and ‘chaotic feel’.”

There is a workflow tutorial on how he created these and you can check out lots more strange attractors on his behance page.

(via @bitcraftlab)

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