Michael Jantzen’s Unusual Fractal Art Reconstructs Body Par

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Feb 14, 2013 • References:
The unusual fractal art of Michael Jantzen includes a variety of human body parts and reconstructs them in a way that make surprisingly beautiful shapes. The raw look of the body parts is less interesting on its own; however, assembled in a repetitively branching fractal manner, the images of the design look very intricate.

Fractal art usually involves beautiful and magnetic colors, captivating the viewer into a state of trance and a contemplative journey. Michael Jantzen depicts the same idea of fractals, but uses uninviting body parts as setting stones that subtly set the viewer back to reality without being able to indulge in the patterns. This interpretive artwork, along with the artist’s entire portfolio, is profound with inclusions of his idea and attempts of reaching consciousness. Stats for Kaleidoscopic Body Part Collages Trending: Older & Mild
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