Justin Windle trained in illustration and animation, since then he has used his skills as a generative artist to create a range of interactive experiments on his website Soulwire. Patternbank love his glitchy style, check out his Triangulations and other experiments where you can create generated patterns.
James Dawe is a London born and based artist and commercial illustrator whose original take on diverse subjects can be relied upon to throw up the unexpected. His ability to explore various levels of consciousness in his work often results in dramatic imagery, helped by a few happy accidents along the way. James has a broad array of clients, both domestically and internationally, some of which include The Guardian, Bloomberg Businessweek, GQ Austrailia, Nike, Wieden & Kennedy and Wired Japan. Check out his tumblr for further inspiration.
Digital, glitchy, neon, acid trippin’ landscapes from this awesome Tumblr artist known as LMNSCT. Don’t stare for too long as you may start hallucinating!, loving the style of these – late 80’s, early 90’s computer graphics bought bang up to date. Check out the Tumblr for more cosmic creations. Somewhere… Beyond the Infinite…
Rob Sheridan is an American graphic designer, director, and photographer best known for his extensive work with the band Nine Inch Nails. Sheridan attended art school at New York’s Pratt Institute for one year before being hired at age 19 by Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor in 1999, on the merits of a Nine Inch Nails fansite he created during high school. See more at rob-sheridan.com
Stefan Saalfeld creates these fascinating compositions of geometric patterns, textures and brightly coloured abstractions that look that they’ve been affected by some sort of interplanetary interference. We love the edgy, random, glitchy quality of these works together with a raw energy that make them leap out at you. For much more of Stefan’s fascinating work check his website stefansaalfeld.de. via Triangulation
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