“The main idea is to show a new way of “infographic” drawings. Because everything we see is biological, mathematical or geological information. It can also be cultural patterns or any other thing. Complexity Graphics works are based on mathematical simplicity and harmony. I would describe them as infographic abstracts. This mathematical style helps me to illustrate everything from biological cell to the space and meditative worlds. That’s why I admire by math, because it’s everywhere and nowhere.” -Tatiana Plakhova, Moscow, Russia

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Two pieces of online art put together by Andrew Benson.

The first, ‘Radical Paintings' (top) is a generative, always changing dynamic spectacle of colour, shapes and morphing.

The second, ‘Bouncing Gradient' (below), are random bouncing polygons, which you can add as many as you wish.

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Takeshi Murata, Pink Dot 2007

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Sounds of the Americans is an experiment in sound and photography using the contents of Robert Frank's photo book The Americans" as a foundation for exploration. The audio tracks are the result of converting the photographs to sound via computer software outlined below. Similarly, the images have been created by loading the sounds into a spectrograph application which allows one to recreate the original photographs in a highly altered form.

Sounds of the Americans is created by Andrew Emond

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