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“Puzzle Ball Theater” Architects Pays Homage to 19th-Century Chinese Puzzle Balls

London-based Steven Chilton Architects (SCA) has designed this stunning theater as entry for a competition. SCA takes its inspiration from ancient Chinese ivory puzzle balls, intricately carved artifacts made of concentric spheres carved from a single piece of ivory. Each sphere,  freely rotating, has open carving, and to … Continue reading

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The Amazing Geometric Cakes of Dinara Kasko

Originally trained as an architect, the Ukrainian chef Dinara Kasko designs her desserts putting into practice principles like the Voronoi diagram or the biomimicry. “I’m trying to connect architecture, design, and patisserie. A beautiful cake as well as a beautiful building, needs preliminary design”. … Continue reading

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The Geometric Beasts Series by Kerby Rosanes

“Each piece is my take on breaking away from societal norms and just be who we truly are as unique individuals. I grew up in a community (and probably most people are) where your value as a person is based … Continue reading

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The Colors of Koralie

Koralie is a surprising french artist “creative addictive, symetricophile, maniaco-harmonic”. From the paper to the street her original style is easily recognizable and truly inspiring. Website / Facebook

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Ceramic Repetitions by Albert Yonathan Setyawan

Watchers – Ceramic – slip casting, 72x69x7 cm, 2014 Albert Yonathan Setyawan started his study in ceramic in 2002 at Faculty of visual art, Bandung Institute of Technology. In his works he combined simplified forms of human, animals, plants, and geometric … Continue reading

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Geometric Projections of Lights and Colors by Chris Wood

A series of wall panels with optical projections which manipulate light in different ways to create transient patterns of colour light and shade that change with the angle and intensity of light. Dichroic glass: Dichroic (meaning two colour) is an optical … Continue reading

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Land Art by Dietmar Voorwold

“LandArt – art in and with nature – has become an essential part of my work. Nature offers everything necessary for an aesthetic work of art, i.e. materials to create something, colours, light und a vast open canvas. Here I … Continue reading

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Erik Jones

Erik’s work is vibrant and colorful, expressing a heightened sense of realism, captured in his female subjects, juxtaposed with sporadic mark making and nonrepresentational forms that could be said to mimic geometric high-end fashion. This effect is achieved by using multiple mediums such … Continue reading

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Matter by Quayola

Matter is a time-based digital sculpture; a celebration of matter itself, the substance of all physical things. It describes a continuous dynamic articulation of a solid, pure block of matter, from the simplest primitive forms to the highest details of geometric … Continue reading

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The Nebula Series by Andy Gilmore

“I have always approached making images from the perspective that I was summoning a cloud formation through which i would create the form it suggested to me. This approach began for me in my drawings, in which I would begin … Continue reading

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