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Crystalline Cities

Crystalline Cities

Crystalline Cities

Items 20  ·  Created Mar 2021  ·  Creator fee 10%
Items 20  ·  Created Mar 2021  ·  Creator fee 10%

Crystalline Cities is an Algorithmic Edition of 20 generative works by Limn.

The resulting works resemble fantastical, etherial, futuristic buildings and cities constructed of manufactured crystals and bio-material.

Edition: Each Unique, 1/1/20 (1 of 1 of 20)
Listing Resolution: 2000px x 3556px
Unlockable File: Instructions to Collector for downloading high resolution file

NOTE: High resolution print-ready 9000px x 16000px at 300dpi (suitable for a 30" x 53", 76cm x 135cm print) file is only be available to the first Collector and not resale Collectors.

  1. Starting with my self-portrait as original source, I establish and tweak custom process filters & parameters until I achieve a pleasing, balanced, and interesting generated output. This is the "Algorithmic" part of the work.
  2. I then generate a fixed number of "Edition" final works to output. In this case 20.
  3. The result is 20 unique works (1 of 1 of 20), originating from the same source material.

Crystalline Cities is an Algorithmic Edition of 20 generative works by Limn.

The resulting works resemble fantastical, etherial, futuristic buildings and cities constructed of manufactured crystals and bio-material.

Edition: Each Unique, 1/1/20 (1 of 1 of 20)
Listing Resolution: 2000px x 3556px
Unlockable File: Instructions to Collector for downloading high resolution file

NOTE: High resolution print-ready 9000px x 16000px at 300dpi (suitable for a 30" x 53", 76cm x 135cm print) file is only be available to the first Collector and not resale Collectors.

  1. Starting with my self-portrait as original source, I establish and tweak custom process filters & parameters until I achieve a pleasing, balanced, and interesting generated output. This is the "Algorithmic" part of the work.
  2. I then generate a fixed number of "Edition" final works to output. In this case 20.
  3. The result is 20 unique works (1 of 1 of 20), originating from the same source material.