The artist Daniel Brown creates beautiful artworks based on digital algorithms he’s derived from exhibits at the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum in Dundee, Scotland. The images are derived from objects in museum, including plant and animal life, giving each animation, as the stamen and petals blossom, a life of its own.
He talked to Dezeen about the process each one takes in development:
The shape of the stems and flowers are generated using splines and 3D surfaces that follow mathematical equations. A second formula generates petal surfaces by taking segments of images of the museum exhibits, and arranges these to create seamless larger textures.
Check out a few images from the show above and more information on his website.
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