1103 Viewings as of 6/4/16
Featured 2/26/13 in Art Universe
Featured 2/28/13 in Art in Math
Featured 3/3/13 in Fractal Abstracts
Featured 3/4/13 in Artists Universe
Featured 8/4/13 in Old Farts of RB
Featured 8/11/13 in Tuesday Afternoon
Featured 8/25/13 in Flame Apophysis
Voted 2nd place in the 2013 CHANL Scientific Art Competition
Honorable Mention in The Carolina Biosciences Art of Science Competition with display in the Ackland Museum of Art
Created primarily in Apophysis 7×15b as an abstract fractal based on the Volume 54-How To Prepare Mobius/Juliascope Base Tutorial by AkuraPare on DA in Apophysis Tutorial Fun group. Additional enhancements in GIMP v2.8. Best if viewed larger.
In the CHANL Scientific Art competition, this image was entered as
Never Neverland: Cellular Architecture
with the following description:
This work was created with a popular (public domain) fractal software program named Apophysis, which generates so-called IFS fractal flames. IFS stands for Iterated Function System. Fractal patterns often resemble structures in nature, and here we can see similarities to cell structures such as the cell nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, mitochondria, lysosomes and water vacuoles. Alternatively, as the title suggests, this could be the aerial view seen by the children of the Darling family when they flew to the home island of Peter Pan, where one never grows old.