Previously featured artist: Etienne Saint-Amant.

Etienne Saint-Amant is a French-Canadian artist who has been creating mathematics-based art for the past seven years. His modus operandi is to create quality artworks, with deep atmospheres and emotions. Etienne's works have been featured on many exhibitions and are available for purchase on Chaoscopia, his personal website.

Megaliths
In a dystopic future, this scene presents six skyscrapers...

Samurai
This one-layer fractal is the perfect example that you do not need many layers...
Electric Dawn
I've played a lot with transparency in this composition to create some effects reminding watercolor painting...
From Voyager I: Saturn
Four days after Voyager I flew past the planet, it looked back and took a picture...
Objurgation
Although I love organic shapes, I've invented a linear-based style...
Arcadia
I've created this colorful abstract by some kind of automatism...
Forbidden city
This creation is one of my all-time favorites. It contains only four layers...
Astrolabes
Based on Kerry Mitchell’s General Tent fractal algorithm, this is a study of vertigo and speed...
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