Sun

technique: screen printing | dimensions: 50 x 50 cm | year: 2015

Sun, the closest star to Earth, the star we are fully dependent on and which life on our planet wouldn’t exist without, has been the inspiring object for a collection of graphics named the SUN. Images of the Sun taken by Hubble Telescope were transformed in 3D and subsequently visualized in different perspectives. This way the graphics themselves become solar flares and create a metaphor for the ever-mysterious transfer of life-giving energy from the Sun to Earth.

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Paintings / Graphics / Reliefs

Explosion /01
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Explosion /02
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Explosion /03
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Explosion /04
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Explosion /05
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Explosion /06
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Explosion /07
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Explosion /08
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Explosion /09
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Explosion /10
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Explosion /11
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Explosion /12
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Explosion /13
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Explosion /14
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Explosion /15
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Golden chip
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Moving simulation rings of perspective
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Moving simulation rings of perspective 1
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Moving simulation rings of perspective 02
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Moving simulation rings of perspective 03
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Moving simulation rings of perspective 04
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Moving simulation rings of perspective 05
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Moving simulation rings of perspective 06
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Boom
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Simulation of spiral in space
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Boom 2
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Big bang
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Vibrating alert 097
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In the Hive
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Vibrating alert 093
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Double
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O
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Digital canvas
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Plus
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Plus
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Plus
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Simulation pixel cube in space
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Simulation orb in pixel space
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Simulation circles in space
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Simulation orb in pixel space
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Golden space
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Pixel simulation
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Golden center
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Simulation golden pixel in space
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Cube
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Cube 2
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Cube 1
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Sun
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Gate
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Morphic resonance
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Morphic resonance
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Morphic resonance
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Morphic resonance
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Morphic resonance
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Explosion CMYK
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Explosion CMYK
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Explosion CMYK
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O in O
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