November 20, 2020
From tessellations to spirals and symmetry, the Cologne-based duo behind Shy Studio has been reproducing the mesmerizing patterns of the pure world by way of a sequence of lifelike botanics. Synthetic Bloom is an ongoing undertaking by Misha Shyukin and Hannes Hummel that options still-life florals and animated clips of petals slowly unfurling.
The digital renderings showcase the complexity of natural constructions whereas additionally highlighting the fractals and limitless intricacies inherent to nature’s designs. “We’re solely two artists, and when one among us had some spare time, we might choose a flower or plant from our Pinterest board as a base and begin creating our personal creative interpretation of it,” Shyukin shares with Colossal. “It was fascinating to search out that a variety of floral and plant constructions observe sure mathematical guidelines, which we may replicate and apply to our personal constructions.”
Digital skeletons, numerous levels of progress, and the whole florals can be found for perusal on Behance, the place you can also observe Shyukin and Hummel’s additions to the rising assortment.
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