What, precisely is a fractal?
A fractal is an image generated using mathematics. The term fractal
describes a shape or object that looks like itself, even when divided
into pieces. In nature, clouds, mountains, trees and coastlines are
examples of fractals. Their structure is the same, or nearly the same,
independent of the scale at which they are being viewed. These images
represent a particular view and scale of a mathematical fractal
structure or formula but, like the examples from nature, you will
find similar structures as you zoom in or out of the display region.
How are our fractals produced?
We use a custom program entirely designed and created by
John Dumas. Each image
is produced by specifying a mathematical formula that will be executed
and rendered by the program. We work together to ensure that our images
not only reflect the grandeur of the mathematics that underlies them but
our stringent artistic standards as well. We are dedicated to producing
work that is entirely original, unique and distinctive and sincerely
hope you'll enjoy and appreciate our innovative approach to creating
beautiful modern and abstract art.