Holger Lippmann: Isometric Iteration

I’m not a huge fan of digital art as a genre I guess because it often feels lacking in emotion or humanness, but when done well, like this work is by Holger Lippmann of Berlin, it is truly breathtaking.

“when i came back to germany in 1994, i moved to berlin, right in the middle of the electronic music boom, i started pretty radically to work with computers (only), i knew i have to work the same way like the music i was listening to was made… since then, none of the fascination of working with software and internet based networks has abated… deep inside i’m a painter and i always was. so i see my work best described in the traditional context of painting… these works shown here, are programmed and recorded as vector files, thus they are unlimited scaleable without a loss of quality.” – artist profile on flickr


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via ernests.

1 Comment

  1. So not anything I would find appealing , yet I must say that I find this work striking and would most certainly buy a piece of this artists work!

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