Depths of Antiquity is Julius Horsthuis' hypnotic slow-motion dive into fractals generated from images of churches, castles and other imposing edifices of yesteryear. It's perfectly complemented by Beethoven. Read the rest
Nicholas Rougeux made this fabulous Menger sponge fractal out of mini Post-its, which he swears by for erecting fractals:
Each Post-It was torn into 16 equal squares, then folded into units and assembled into the sponge.
Post-its offer surprisingly structural durability and are easy to get in large quantities making them ideal for assembling structures like these.
Mandelbratwurst (Thanks, Fipi Lele!) Photos from Kraut Fest 2009 - Boing Boing Hungarian sausage commercial - Boing Boing World's longest sausage - Boing Boing Chinese watermelon sausage - Boing Boing Pancakes and Sausage on a Stick - Chocolate Chip Flavor! - Boing Boing Baseball player hits Italian Sausage character with bat - Boing Boing Read the rest
In "Surface Detail," an unflowering fractal surface dances and writhes hypnotically for 3:10, each moment more hypnotic than the last. The artist is called subBlue.
Surface detail (via Interconnected) Intensely psychedelic "fractal" architecture animation - Boing Boing How to produce fractals without a computer - Boing Boing Electric Sheep: Evolved fractals movie in NYC next Sat - Boing Boing Deep zoom into Mandelbrot set - Boing Boing Fractal zoomer - Boing Boing Findings fractals in the stock market - Boing Boing Read the rest
Welcome to the Fractal Generator (Thanks, Guy!) Previously:Deep zoom into Mandelbrot set Boing Boing Fractal drawers - Boing Boing Fractal-generating programming language - Boing Boing Switzerland's fractal supermarket cabbages - Boing Boing Boing Boing: HOWTO make a "fractal chandelier" - simple and ingenious Electric Sheep artificial life screensaver goes super hi-rez Boing ... Gnarly Plotting Boing Boing Read the rest