The Windmills of Your Mind
Artist Anthony Howe has created one of the most mesmerizing kinetic artworks we've seen. Bored with the static aspect of his visual art, the Washington-based painter and sculptor used 3D software to design a metal cutout wind sculpture that constantly moves and changes organically - like a jelly fish or a screen saver. He translated the 3D graphic into real-world design using a plasma cutter, then meticulously crafting and assembling the pieces via traditional metalwork processes. The results are as surreal as anything real could be. Add some trance-inducing music, and you can see why the video of Howe's wind sculpture is going viral. We're hoping it will effectively hypnotize you into wearing more Nick Graham.
By Jorge Socarras