by Jorge Almeida
We found ourselves looking at the screen. Flat, shiny, oversaturated, our smartphones, laptops and TVs are the devices we use to investigate reality.
Vectors are a mean of reproducing reality. They don’t respect measurements, as any graphic designers know, but they are awfully segregated in the field of mere lettering or stylised representation of objects.
In Jorge’s representation of reality, vectors are actually the new way of painting the 4.563.739 shades of a sunset on a Japanese island. The machine helps when the human hand is not able to render the perfect harmony of an early Spring dawn.
More views of this vector world are available here.