This generative art by Steven L. Brunton features mathematical mountain diagrams based on a series of graphs and maps. These portraits are based on Brunton's bi-furication diagrams that depict one-dimensional map views.
As these maps change, their final images are simultaneously altered, ultimately resembling mountainous forms. These volumes are delicately depicted featuring soft line work that is sharp and directional. Printed in a multitude of colors, these mathematical landscapes juxtapose a calculated order with the organic nature of landscape.
These powerful images combine mathematical research with artful execution, making for memorable pieces that stand alone while fitting in to a successful series. Presented in a variety of strokes and thicknesses, the art's line-weights resemble charcoal strokes, shaded carefully to create depth and texture. This generative art by Steven L. Brunton features mathematical masterpieces that display a calculated sense of character.
Mathematical Mountain Diagrams
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