“Steel Wire Rope Cross-Sections,” image courtesy of Lam Hong, a Singapore-based wire rope manufacturer.
Now, when I found this I strongly doubted about whereas to post this or not. After all, it’s no more than a spec sheet of the various products made by a company. And it’s obviously not intended as art, neither was it made with any aesthetic purpose in mind.
It is, however, the accidental beauty of those steel rope cross-sections that captivates me. Strongly reminiscent of flower petal arrangements, snowflakes and crystal lattice structures this figure seems to posses a inherent link to natural order; which is an extreme contrast with steel manufacturing.
Work by This is Pacifica - http://www.behance.net/thisispacifica
RAAD — Branding
This is an album cover for the modern classical composer Allan Gravgaard Madsen. My idea was to translate Allan’s sensuous music to a visual experience with a element of senuality.
The album is separetet on the records two sides. There isn’t any A or B side, each contains a piece of Allan’s work Waves and Crystal Tapastry. Each has its own front page; Waves is a visualisation of the music performed by nine trompets in a line. I made it as simpel as posible with nine circels on a line. Crystal Tapestry is a pattern of crystals that has no front or back end, it refers to a crystal that merge into it self. Inside I made a visualisation that combines the two sides, a crystalized wave. On the record i made patterns that gives the design a visual sensuality. I made an analog animation with a 50 Hz strobe lamp and got it to interact with the music.
We are accidents waiting to happen.
Work by Eni Turkeshi see more of her work here - http://www.behance.net/EniTurkeshi