Reverse Squares in Nature by Victoria Siemer

Reverse Squares in Nature by Victoria Siemer artists on Tumblr, Behance Victoria Siemer, known as Witchoria, is a graphic designer based in Brooklyn, who has made a new series of pictures in which she integrates square figures reversing the landscape and the nature. Victoria Siemer, or rather Witchoria, explains on her blog that her pictures …

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Intricate Geometric Pies and Tarts by Lauren Ko

Intricate Geometric Pies and Tarts by Lauren Ko On Instagram Baking and mathematics collide with Lauren Ko's incredible pies and tarts. Seattle-based Ko has no professional pastry training nor experience, but her creations are mesmerizing. She assembles intricate geometric patterns from and with pastry and fruits—and has even recreated Van Gogh's "Starry Night" with nuts. …

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Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow

Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow On Facebook / Snow Art Gallery Simon Beck  creates enormous works of snow art that look like giant wintry crop circles just by walking amidst white mountaintops and cozy ski lodges. Believe it or not, the immense snow patterns are made entirely by foot—Beck …

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Storytelling Animals Portraits by Josie Morway

Storytelling Animals Portraits by Josie Morway Josie Morway is an artist living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. For her enchanting oil paintings Josie combines her background in graphic design and illustration with her passion for telling stories. Josie on her process: “I draw inspiration from the bits of word and phrase that bombard us daily …

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Tokyo Street Minimalist Photography By Hiroharu Matsumoto

Tokyo Street Minimalist Photography Hiroharu Matsumoto is a Tokyo-based photographer born in 1965. His work is minimal street photography, light, texture and shadow creating beautiful compositions.Far from the classic image of the swarming crowd. Hiroharu Matsumoto offers us moments suspended in time, between loneliness and contemplation, enhanced by the geometric architecture of Tokyo. Follow his work …

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The Color Coded World of Emily Blincoe

The Color Coded World of Emily Blincoe   more  on her website/ Instagram / tumblr After her Sugar Series, American photographer Emily Blincoe continues to have fun in high angle shot with flowers, fruits and vegetables by colorful associations in the form of kits. She really works on accessories’ disposition and the typography she uses, degrading …

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Fractal Experience: Geometric GIFs By Erik Söderberg

Revolving flower  Penta Flake Radiation Geometries Fractal Experience: Geometric GIFs By Erik Söderberg on Behance In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two - continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals …

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Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections

Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections Facebook The work of Javier Riera born in Avilés, Asturias, Spain, is based in geometric shaped light projections, striked directly onto vegetation and landscape. He uses photography as a means for registration and spreading of the happening, without digital manipulation whatsoever. Thus, it’s centered in an …

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Dorota Pankowska Creates 13 Different Animals Out of a Combination of 13 Perfect Circles

Dorota Pankowska Creates 13 Different Animals Out of a Combination of 13 Perfect Circles Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Everyone’s favorite blue bird—the Twitter logo—has a well-kept secret hidden in its design: the iconic character was created using 13 perfect circles that overlap and comprise its graceful curved wings and upward gaze. Inspired by this little-known …

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