“For great art, you have to perceive the object, the situation, and watch the everyday lighting,” 3D painter Stefan Pabst told Booooooom. “You have to see something like you did the very first time you saw it, with a complete open mind, like a child.” More on Pabst’s Facebook page.
Harvard University librarian John Overholt made an animated GIF from a 1722 geometrical treatise “that attempts to explore every arrangement of square tiles bisected diagonally with black and white shading.”
“Penrose Stars”, a GIF created by davidope and inspired by the famed impossible object, the Penrose stairs. See more of dvdp’s abstract GIFs here. (via Imaginary Foundation)
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