Ovidiu Slatineanu and the Decodrip technique

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On October 17, 2012
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Decodrip  is a project started in 2009 by Ovidiu Slatineanu. A year later, a photographer – George Blaga joined the project and added his value in the field of photography. The Decodrip gadget was invented and created starting from some observations related to the eneolithic period, patterns on the ceramics from Cucuteni and the study of ancient history civilizations. Decodrip is a vector generator that creates patterns, textures and intelligent design: meaning fractals. Generally, decodrip generated works have small sizes, about 3×5 cm and the images that you can see are in fact macro photos presented to the public as fotoprints at 4000 dpi or giclee artworks at 2900 dpi canvas prints. These are mostly known as techniques used in museums for reproductions. These compositions are very dynamic and organic and they explore the primordial emotion. See the images to discover vector equilibrium art techniques.

 

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  1. Posted on October 20, 2012 by oliver tweets

    verry interesting tehnique. do you have a web site or something ?? keep up the good work!

  2. Posted on October 20, 2012 by ovidiu slatineanu

    Decodrip.blogspot.com . thank you ,Oliver! or facebook Decodrip page(you have the link in the upper text) :)

    • Posted on October 21, 2012 by admin

      thank you!

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