Patterns by Andrew B. Myers

The web is full of images these days without any credit to its creator. This collection of patterns was found on ffffound but with no one to give credit too. If anyone knows who made these, please comment below or reblog to spread the word.

Update: We found him, Andrew B. Myers created these wonderful patterns. Thanks to Michiel van der Hooft for the info.

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Dimensional paintings by Adam Neate

Some of you might remember the guy who left his art in the street. His name is Adam Neate and he didn’t stop producing art after this. He has since been working on Dimensional paintings. Using different materials and offsetting them against each other he creates abstract self portraits. The result is quite stunning. Read the full bio about the paintings below:

“Adam Neate is a self taught British artist who began by leaving his paintings, on cardboard, on the streets of London and now has work in collections in 29 countries around the world.

A fearless painter, he has developed his own language of Dimensional Painting ; in Neate’s most recent work, space itself has become a medium, with the viewer activating their own ‘viewing space’ by moving and changing their vantage point, in order to get the full multi-dimensional effect.”

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