Tag Archives: 3d

Jean-Francois Rauzier, “Voyages Extraordinaires”, 2009

Another Hyperphoto from Jean-Francois Rauzier, exemplifying his ability to create all-encompassing viewpoints. Difficult to represent on a web page, this work seems to wrap around the viewer while simultaneously being both “zoomed out” and “zoomed in”.
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Adam Martinakis, “Space With Two Suns”, 2010

Adam Martinakis’s virtual scenes could never exist in the physical world and yet seem like real, atmospheric places.
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Thomas Demuth, “Ecce Homo 23″, 2007

Thomas Demuth has coined the term “polygonist” to describe his visceral work. Digital geometry is often expressed in un-smoothed planes and every subject is contained within a cell-like box, however the overall effect is expressive and full of life.
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Gilles Tran, “Fall”, 2008

Another unsettling and surreal piece from Gilles Tran. The use of unexpected diagonals gives an everyday scene an enormous twist.
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3D Projection

  This bold and exciting mix of 3D animation and projection is in some ways the opposite of the quiet lyrical nature of the Ando projections at Omotesando hills (see earlier post), but inspiring nonetheless. Created by Nu-former.
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Zeitguised, “Peripetics”, 2009

An inspiring animation from Zetiguised. Strange, beautiful and technically accomplished it employs scripted animation for some truly unexpected effects.
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Fernando Hocevar, “Landscape no.03″, 2000

Fernando Hocevar creates landscapes that are simultaneously primitive and unearthly. They are peaceful and cool, beautifully layered and “deep” despite being almost free of perspective. They are given scale and atmosphere with simple touches; such as the  little squares of light in this peice, suggesting windows.
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Jorge Suarez, “LaEspera”, 2009

Jorge Suarez was inspired “When taking a picture of my son I noticed a high degree of expression in his face so I decided to try to show this emotion”. He has created this work entirely in 3D with almost no postproduction.
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GMJ, “Aerial Flood”, 2008

Combining their digital model of London with atmospheric photography  and a predicted flood of 6m, GMJ created this image of a peculiarly serene disaster. The aerial photograph is by Jason Hawkes.
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Olivier Charles, “FOA”, 2007

Foreign Office Architects Yokohama Terminal as modelled and rendered by Olivier Charles in 3D (from just one photograph.)
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