Foldable Fractals by David Dessen (Sanch)

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Foldable fractal is a project originally created by generative artist David Dessens (Sanch). The piece was generated using a recursive algorithm based on a lindermayer system. The software vvvv was use to generate the cutting path. The piece was created using the ability of the laser to half cut a material to help folding the material, a technique used here to simplify and accelerate fabrication. The piece (above) was designed for Lovebytes Digital Festival in the UK.

Style: "Daylight pop minus"

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