Even More Geometric GIFs To Amaze And Excite You

3D rendering softwares (and the talented folks that make use of it) seem to get better and better every month, not every year. Tyler Haywood is one of a small contingent of talented, motivated 3D artists that are quickly becoming some of the most popular and shared on the Web. These gorgeous, hypnotizing GIFs were made, one a day, for over a year. Looks like Tyler’s diligence is paying off…

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AngularGeometry

August 28, 2014
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Even More Geometric GIFs To Amaze And Excite You

3D rendering softwares (and the talented folks that make use of it) seem to get better and better every month, not every year. Tyler Haywood is one of a small contingent of talented, motivated 3D artists that are quickly becoming some of the most popular and shared on the Web. These gorgeous, hypnotizing GIFs were made, one a day, for over a year. Looks like Tyler’s diligence is paying off…

Source: AngularGeometry

These Beautifully Strange Anatomical Collages Are Top-Notch

The recipe for the art of Dividus: throw equal parts Pascal and Vesalius into a blender; add liberal amounts of absinthe and glue. Mix well. Serve colorfully and in digital form, preferably over ice.

I’ve gushed over my love of anatomy, geometry, and color before, so I won’t bore you. But these are just right.

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Dividus

August 27, 2014
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These Beautifully Strange Anatomical Collages Are Top-Notch

The recipe for the art of Dividus: throw equal parts Pascal and Vesalius into a blender; add liberal amounts of absinthe and glue. Mix well. Serve colorfully and in digital form, preferably over ice.

I’ve gushed over my love of anatomy, geometry, and color before, so I won’t bore you. But these are just right.

Source:Dividus

Thrift Store Reclamations And Mad Tribal Illustrations

Ben Riddlebarger is an illustrator from Ohio. When he’s not spending hours upon hours painstakingly sketching, inking, and coloring tribal figures by hand, he also likes to paint over old paintings found in curio shops and thrift stores. We’ve gathered some of his “improvements” upon paintings, in addition to some pieces from his personal work. They’re very nice.

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Ben Riddlebarger

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Thrift Store Reclamations And Mad Tribal Illustrations

Ben Riddlebarger is an illustrator from Ohio. When he’s not spending hours upon hours painstakingly sketching, inking, and coloring tribal figures by hand, he also likes to paint over old paintings found in curio shops and thrift stores. We’ve gathered some of his “improvements” upon paintings, in addition to some pieces from his personal work. They’re very nice.

Source: Ben Riddlebarger