Geometry & Art

I thought about this post for a while… I believe that nowadays geometry has become an important inspiration in art. Most of you will just say that: ‘Well, it’s obvious because geometric shapes are using in any type of art!’. But when you will see the following works you will totally understand it. This is more than that. This is deep understanding of geometry and using it into wonderful mind&imagination creations.

The first things are these wonderful geometric paper sculpters from Estudio Guardabosques, a multidisciplinary design studio out of Buenos Aires, Argentina consisting of Caro Silvero and Juan Elizalde. They are so wonderfully made, and show a good angle and dimension understanding of 2D figures.

The second ones are these geometric abstract sandcastles by artist Calvin Seibert (previously). They are wonderfully made, and if you think about the fact that it is sand and it will just disappear at the first tide makes them more unique and beautiful. Here you can also see 2D shapes well understood, here you also see a combination of some 3D shapes, well combined to make perfect sandcastles.

Hope you liked this post, and if you would like to see more let me know. Any feedback is appreciated so use the like and share buttons and also comment below with your favorites, too.

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