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  • fractalScape
    berlin GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Holger LIPPMANN: The fractalScape and NoiseScape series are based on Processing code and work with Perlin noise and iteration functions. The iteration algorithm divides a shape down within a 7-9 level loop. Each repetition of the process is also called an “iteration.” The results of one iteration are used as starting point for the next iteration.

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  • Engravings. WLE 05, 2012.
    berlin GERMANY

    Generative processing works, realized using (2-3mm) wood engraving via laser. 50 x 80 cm. Ongoing project.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Holger LIPPMANN: The fractalScape and NoiseScape series are based on Processing code and work with Perlin noise and iteration functions. The iteration algorithm divides a shape down within a 7-9 level loop. Each repetition of the process is also called an “iteration.” The results of one iteration are used as starting point for the next iteration.

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  • Noise Scape II
    berlin GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Holger LIPPMANN: The fractalScape and NoiseScape series are based on Processing code and work with Perlin noise and iteration functions. The iteration algorithm divides a shape down within a 7-9 level loop. Each repetition of the process is also called an “iteration.” The results of one iteration are used as starting point for the next iteration.

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  • Engravings
    berlin GERMANY

    Fractal Flower series, 51x51cm, deep laser engraving (6mm) MDF.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Holger LIPPMANN: The fractalScape and NoiseScape series are based on Processing code and work with Perlin noise and iteration functions. The iteration algorithm divides a shape down within a 7-9 level loop. Each repetition of the process is also called an “iteration.” The results of one iteration are used as starting point for the next iteration.

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  • Noise Scape II
    berlin GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Holger LIPPMANN: The fractalScape and NoiseScape series are based on Processing code and work with Perlin noise and iteration functions. The iteration algorithm divides a shape down within a 7-9 level loop. Each repetition of the process is also called an “iteration.” The results of one iteration are used as starting point for the next iteration.

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  • Oil; I remember; Detective; The Sound; & Different Reality
    bodø NORWAY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    joakim OLAUSSEN: “Oil,” a minimal yet detailed illustration. I’m from Norway, and just 50 years ago our main income would be fish export, but then in 1970 we discovered the oil. My generation has a life based on the oil, we have money and Norway is now a rich country with the best living conditions. Oil, a simple thing, just like my piece; but still it has it’s importance.

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  • select works
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    neil BLEVINS: I am a scifi/fantasty artist that enjoys creating creatures, robots and alien landscapes. My work has shown up on Album covers, Books, Magazines, Posters, Tshirts and as Fine Art Prints in gallery exhibitions. My technique mostly involve making 3d geometry in 3dstudio max and then painting ontop of them in photoshop to arrive at the final image.

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  • garrido
    SINGAPORE

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    joana GARRIDO: A combination of daily and not-so-daily objects. I love to get some small or big details from references I see and turn them into something else.

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  • recent works
    orlando FLORIDA

    zbrushcentral: what inspires you as an artist?

    nick ZUCCARELLO: well, i would say that a big part of my inspiration early on came from comic books. i’ve always been a big fan of super heroes; i’ve always loved human anatomy. one of my favorite comic book artists at the beginning was jim lee. i still love his work quite a bit. mark silvestri, todd mcfarlane. a little bit later i got to be a big fan of travis charist. i love that guy’s work. recently i’ve become a really big fan of alex ross. i really love his work. i’m continually amazed by the sheer quantity of work that this man has produced and the quality level of what he has output.

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  • full beauty
    paris FRANCE

    deviantART: current residence

    soemone: home

    dA: interests

    s: writing, girls, friends…yeh

    dA: favourite movie

    s: koc2

    dA: favourite band or musician

    s: ministry of sound, acdc, rolling stones, incubus, powderfinger and many more

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