Blog posts tagged “Fractals”

Mandelbrot fractal art competition exhibitions
May 4, 2010

Anyone going to be in San Sebastián, Bilbao, Buenos Aires, or Hyderabad? If you are and enjoy fractal art, take some time to check out the exhibit of 2009 Benoit Mandelbrot Fractal Art Competition winners—including a piece from me.

Hunting the Hidden Dimension
October 29, 2008

Just yesterday, PBS aired their latest NOVA show—Hunting the Hidden Dimension—about fractals and how they play a role in all our lives. It offers a nice overview of fractals for those who aren't familiar with the concept.

Fractals for any date
October 26, 2008

Fall's here and that means it's time for calendars. This year is a little different. Along with a brand new calendar, I've updated all my old calendars to work with any year. Now you can get any calendar at any time.

Ultra Fractal 5 released
June 25, 2008

Frederik Slijkerman released Ultra Fractal 5 today with a bunch of very welcomed features. I must have been living under a rock lately because I didn't even know it was close to coming out—what a nice surprise!

Polly want a fractal?
May 20, 2008

I thought I'd try something different with one of my latest fractals, Old Polly. In addition to trying out a new type of design, I made a movie of how it was made. This was more of an exaperiment than anything but I thought others might be interested in seeing the process I go through.

Fractal art tips: unassuming formulas
April 13, 2008

Fractal art isn't easy but it is great fun. During the last seven years, I've discovered many useful techniques for creating it and it's high time I start sharing them. The most common question I get asked after "What are fractals?" is "How do you do that?" Hopefully I can start sheding some light on that.

Valencia, Spain fractal exhibits
February 2, 2007

Is anyone going to be in Valencia, Spain between now and mid March? The City of the Arts and the Sciences is hosting two fractal exhibits. I'm pleased to say that three of my images are being shown but that aside, there are some truly amazing pieces on display.

Mengermania, round two
January 11, 2007

Almost four years ago, I completed a large origami project over the course of seven months that comprised 66,000 units and resulted in a very intricate cube-like structure based on a fractal called a Menger sponge. I've decided to begin again, but this time with a much larger goal in mind.

Exposé 3 arrives
May 12, 2005

After a long wait, Exposé 3, the industry's finest art book around has been unveiled featuring fantastic art once again. Each of the books in this series continues to amaze me and this one is no exception.

Anatomy of Sanctuary
April 16, 2005

I had a fun time analyzing and documenting how I made Confidence in my previous article so I figured I'd do it again but this time with Sanctuary.

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