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Fractalism is a form of digital art that uses mathematical formulas to create images that are infinitely complex and detailed. Fractal images are often created by iterating (repeating) a simple equation over and over again, with each iteration creating a more detailed image. Fractal images can be incredibly beautiful, and are often used as background images or as artwork in their own right. Fractalism is a relatively new art form, and is still being explored by artists and mathematicians alike.
The art style is also known as: Fractalism, Fractal Art, Fractal Geometry
Categories: Impressionism, Modernism
Fractalism is a form of abstract art that uses mathematical patterns to create complex images. These patterns can be found in nature, but they can also be created using computers. Fractalism began in the late 1970s, when mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot discovered a type of mathematical pattern called a fractal. He found that these patterns could be found in nature, and he began to study them. In the 1980s, artists began to use computers to create fractal images. These images were often very complex, and they often had a psychedelic appearance. Fractal images can be created using a variety of methods, but the most common method is to start with a simple image and then apply a fractal algorithm to it. This can be done using a computer program, or it can be done by hand. Fractal images are often used as background images in computer graphics, and they are also used in artworks. Some famous fractal artists include Michael Barnsley, Paul Nettle, and Fractal Lab. Fractal images can be very beautiful, and they can also be very complex.
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