For German designer Christoph Bader, the central theme of his project is based on processes that create shapes and patterns, resulting in artwork that look anything but digital. Limm is a series that, at first glance, appears to be elaborate patterns of string, but are actually constructed on a computer.
The pictures begin as an algorithm or set of rules that trace a force field and produce a three-dimensional model of wires, which are rendered in an application. The results are captivating images with hyper-realistic shadows and lighting.
The possibilities of the visual outcomes are infinite, which is lucky for those who admire Bader's work, since he has created something truly exquisite.