These graphics are made out of landscape photographs, the reality is distorted in order to make it unrecognisable. Often, a duplication combined with a tuning of the layer helps blurring the boundaries of the image.
Also based on symmetry, this one creates space with interlocking square forms. The use of a one pixel strip endlessly extended magnifie an autumn forest into a colorful pixel pattern.
Pixel sorting is an interesting, glitchy effect which selectively orders the pixels in the rows of an image. It was popularized (possibly invented) by the german conceptual artist Kim Asendorf. This cloudy effect was obtained by painting some black thick lines on a shading blue and red background, after the pixels have migrated.
(titel borrowed from Xavier Veilhan eponym serie)
Graphic Design / 2014
Jonasstraße 29, 12053 Berlin, Germany
Credits: Nicolas Pabion