Tesselation by Gatz

by Abram Bebo May 10, 2011 0 Comments

Guilherme Maueler (Gatz) is a an artist of many talents and displays this through video production as well.  He took a little time to explain where he was going with this animation.

Tesselation from Guilherme Maueler on Vimeo.

"Escher sits at his worktable and engages in an exciting world of  metamorphosis in his drawings, until it starts to run out of control.  This animation is about the relationship between artist and creation.  Inspired by the life and work of M.C. Escher, this animation is based on  some of his graphic solutions around complex patterns, with the intent  of being a light and ludic piece of work that also invites the viewer  into the world of Escher's meta-linguistic subjects.




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