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cross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanKees Veenenbos uses NASA Mars Orbiter data and Terragen rendering software to create these very realistic-looking martian landscapes. His work has been used heavily by NASA, as well as featured in National Geographic and NOVA.itscolossal:  Flowing City Maps Imagine the Influence of Cities on the Environmentcross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanKees Veenenbos uses NASA Mars Orbiter data and Terragen rendering software to create these very realistic-looking martian landscapes. His work has been used heavily by NASA, as well as featured in National Geographic and NOVA.cross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanTravess Smalley takes found vector graphics, prints them on assorted papers and transparencies, stacks and splices them together, and then digitally scans the finished product only to continue the remixing process even further in Photoshop. The result is Vector Weave, a series of large-format vinyl prints.cross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanKees Veenenbos uses NASA Mars Orbiter data and Terragen rendering software to create these very realistic-looking martian landscapes. His work has been used heavily by NASA, as well as featured in National Geographic and NOVA.cross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanKees Veenenbos uses NASA Mars Orbiter data and Terragen rendering software to create these very realistic-looking martian landscapes. His work has been used heavily by NASA, as well as featured in National Geographic and NOVA.cross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanKees Veenenbos uses NASA Mars Orbiter data and Terragen rendering software to create these very realistic-looking martian landscapes. His work has been used heavily by NASA, as well as featured in National Geographic and NOVA.itscolossal:  Flowing City Maps Imagine the Influence of Cities on the Environmentjruckman:  Anoka Faruqee’s moiré paintingsjruckman:  I can’t find the true origin of this, but it’s beautiful.
likeafieldmouse:Holger Lippmann - Perlin Scape 1 (2011)"The Perlin Scape 1 series is based on a perlin noise algorithm, which generates color map dependent line by line sequences of either ellipses or rectangles on a 2 dimensional surface.This software works with different keyboard input values to compose a rather painting-like image out of different color maps. These map arrays are called by random, noise and/or manual order.”mymodernmet:Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Woods beautiful, geometric arrangements of colorful glass create dazzling reflections and projections of light.jruckman:  Anoka Faruqee’s moiré paintingscross-connect:Featured curator: Justin RuckmanKees Veenenbos uses NASA Mars Orbiter data and Terragen rendering software to create these very realistic-looking martian landscapes. His work has been used heavily by NASA, as well as featured in National Geographic and NOVA.mymodernmet:Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Woods beautiful, geometric arrangements of colorful glass create dazzling reflections and projections of light.likeafieldmouse:Holger Lippmann - Perlin Scape 1 (2011)"The Perlin Scape 1 series is based on a perlin noise algorithm, which generates color map dependent line by line sequences of either ellipses or rectangles on a 2 dimensional surface.This software works with different keyboard input values to compose a rather painting-like image out of different color maps. These map arrays are called by random, noise and/or manual order.”jruckman:  The directional, geometric paintings of Palma Blanklikeafieldmouse:Holger Lippmann - Perlin Scape 1 (2011)"The Perlin Scape 1 series is based on a perlin noise algorithm, which generates color map dependent line by line sequences of either ellipses or rectangles on a 2 dimensional surface.This software works with different keyboard input values to compose a rather painting-like image out of different color maps. These map arrays are called by random, noise and/or manual order.”
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