Alexa Sirbu and Lukas Vojir created flow/er, a lovely animation programmed to mimic growth patterns of flowers.
They describe the personal project's simple inspirations and complex math:
In nature, it is often the simplest rules that lead to forming the most complex, beautiful forms.
flow/er is a visual poem that observes this through a design lens, combining our fascination with organic, raw aesthetic with foreign geometric forms.
We observe natural laws take shape in a strange dance of meticulous choreography clashing with violent forces of nature.
Bonus video: some extra shots, some of which show the pre-rendered animation.
• flow/er (Vimeo / Lukas Vojir)
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