Adam Ferriss' '500 Years Away' images provide an artistic glimpse at the future. The title is quite literal as the Los Angeles-based artist forecasts what nature and outer space may eventually look like by way of intricate pixels.
The technologically-manipulated 500 Years Away pictures incorporate an RBG Tricolor procedure which separates both shades and algorithms. The hyper real shifts in color, shape and tone stand out instantly to viewers, especially given Ferriss' frequent use of neon shades and psychedelic patterns.
Ferris' related projects titled 'Red 7 Lake,' 'Tartan Ribbon' and 'Botanical Specimens' are similarly informed by his appreciation of computer-generated art. The Maryland Institute College of Art BFA graduate is also a director at 'Live for the Funk,' a website dedicated to contemporary music reviews.
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