• Digital Art by Andreas Nicolas Fischer.


    Posted on 13th June, by Dana Tomić Hughes in art, graphics + illustration. 2 Comments

     

    Andreas Nicolas Fischer is a Munich-born, Berlin-based artist who works with generative systems, physical representations of data and visualizations of digital processes. In order words, Fischer is a cunning analyst who makes things that make art. Many of his abstract art pieces are created using software which visualise various bits of data according to a set of rules. Ummm… WHAT? I know! It’s completely amazeballs. And if you are still confused, perhaps watching the below video will help explain things better.

    I think it’s absolutely incredible that Fisher manages to make bits of data look and feel so natural.

     

     

    Below are few more exempts of Fischer’s work. More fantastic exemples on his website.


    [Images courtesy of Andreas Nicolas Fischer, with thanks to but does it float.]





  • 2 Responses to “Digital Art by Andreas Nicolas Fischer.”

    1. Maxine Pyke says:

      WOW, I don’t begin to understand how but I love the effect.



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