I originally studied the Sciences before transitioning to Art and Design, so still maintain a fascination with exploring scientific subjects but through an artistic method. This series, “Data Points” is an exploration of the works of the early pioneers in computer graphics. Access to this type of technology during the 50s and 60s was limited to research laboratories and universities, and so those digital art pioneers were often computer scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. These works are based on not yet imagined discoveries. Data points are converted into mathematical curves and waveforms abstractions, that echo the aesthetic and early excitement the new computing power generated, by promising new glimpses into the unseen world.
These assets can be purchased at my Creative Market shop. The mock ups showcase different ways in which they could be used.