Gorgeous Thread Patterns Strung Across Chopped Tree Trunks


Everywhere we look, there is geometry in nature. Organization and mathematics can be found in a complex spiderweb or the symmetry of a honeycomb. In this artwork, artist Perspicere reminds us of this natural phenomenon and once again proves impressive skills with simple string. These intricate Thread Pieces on Chopped Wood are just that–they feature incredibly detailed patterns of thread, strung across the surface of chopped wood.

The various shapes and sizes of the wood mimic the beautiful unpredictability of natural forms, and can be purchased on the artist’s website. The geometric designs encourage the viewer’s eye to effortlessly travel throughout the piece, finding a moment of rest at points where the material is most dense. According to the website, artist Perspicere enjoys making art that “creates a hybrid composite of abstraction and representationalism, rich in geometric shapes and simulated forms.”








Perspicere’s website
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