Inorganic flora

CG illustrator Macoto Murayama takes a unique look at the organic beauty of flowers by highlighting their geometric and mechanical structure.

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
H. annuus

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
H. annuus

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
H. annuus

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Lily

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Lily

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Lily

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Lily

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --  CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --  CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
C. morifolium

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Gerbera

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Gerbera

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
C. warneri [+]

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
C. warneri [+]

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Rosa [+]

CG illustration by Macoto Murayama --
Prunus

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About janbein

Gamer research Biologist who loves art, space and sports.

Posted on March 17, 2012, in art, Love, make me smile, Photography, Technology and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. WOW these are breath taking. I think my favourite is the inverted grayscale Gerbera. Sue

  2. Lovely, and very creative! Wow!

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