In a world where there’s a machine for everything, the artistic inspiration comes from nature: the spiral patterns that cover the surface of pine cones or the “buttons” of sunflowers. But the construction technique is one of the coolest high-tech inventions we’re approaching to, 3D printing.
These awesome sculptures are created by John Edmark, artist, designer and teacher at Stanford University.
But what behind this effect? The geometry dictated by the Fibonacci sequence (What?), combined with a rotation speed synchronized second-per-second with recording time, create this crazy feeling of having front objects completely surreal.