Pixel Museum Teaser


Some of these images remind me of Frank Lloyd Wright textile work.


The Pixel Art Museum will be presented very soon on this blog, but until then I would like to share something interesting.  While working on the  museum renders I discovered that I was able to save the image before it had actually finished rendering which causes the images to turn out very blurry and abstract.  They are basically half baked.  As a conceptual tie-in to what this museum is supposed to house I thought it was appropriate to share these images which have a beautiful rhythmic pixel quality to them.  They also leave plenty to the imagination in terms of what this thing will actually look like. The best way to experience these images is to click on them, zoom in real far, and  journey around the pixelated landscape.  Enjoy!

(All images by Argitect)
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