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How can I draw sequence of these fractal squares?

How about using ArrayMesh and KroneckerProduct: ...
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Make a "formula-millipede" move along arbitrary path

Change zR to add a wiggle, choose a path g, and add a transform function f: ...
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Make a "formula-millipede" move along arbitrary path

The segments of the "millipede" is segments=60. We using ArcLength since the length of ...
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Paul Klee's Notebooks: Loops Around Control Points

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Reproducing Ómar Rayo's "Fresh Fog" Painting

Using a "dirty" gradient. ...
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How do you achieve this optical illusion of a picture?

The image in blue and pink has been overlayed with small boxes in black and white. At the cordners of each box protrudes a line with same color as the corner half way to the next box. Every second box ...
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How to weave Anni Albers Red Meander carpet?

An attempt: Using CoordinateBoundsArray and FindShortestTour: ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

Since I like the color image more than the black-and-white... ...
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How to create a random zonogon?

We can using Minkowski Sum (RegionDilation) of any Line's from the fixed point ...
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Digits of Pi in colored spiral

At first we define the Archimedean spiral in parametric form a := 0; b := 0.3; r[t_] := a + b t; x[t_] := r[t]*Cos[t]; y[t_] := r[t]*Sin[t]; Next, generate a list ...
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Numbers in love - can we reproduce Giacomo Balla's extruded digits?

Mono fonts seems flat. We use RegionProduct with Point and ...
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How can we produce sliceforms?

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Reproducing Heinrich Heidersberger's Rhythmograms

A starting point We use two variables {u,v}: a parametric form of Mobius Strip f[u,v] and product with some factors to ...
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What are ways to better show depth along a 3D curve?

Or colorize along the curve. ...
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How can we reproduce Charles Demuth's "Figure 5 in Gold"?

We using Scaling Transform according to a proper center. pt is the upper right corner point. We draw line from pt and go to some ...
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There's a nice 3D graph in the help file of the Plot3D function. How can I reproduce it?

When all else fails you can construct graphics explicitly using Show, Graphics3D and Plot3D: ...
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Early computer art - reproducing Georg Nees "Schotter" and "K27"

A quick,fun approach : ...
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What are ways to better show depth along a 3D curve?

Try this for improved lighting and shading: ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

We use the Bump function ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

I suggest to use Texture together with Plot3D. This results in a rather short code and allows for many generalisations. ...
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How to produce an Itten color star?

Itten's 1921 color scheme: ...
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How can we reproduce Otti Bergers winding carpet patterns?

For a curve we try to construct a polygon as its dilation. For such polygon we use WindingPolygon with "TwoRule" to ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

Starting from a similar idea like the one proposed in the question: ...
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Reproducing Roman Verostko's FF 2004 Drawing

Perhaps this is a start. We can find an appropriate 3D surface and view point to sample mesh lines on. Something like this: ...
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How to animate an impossible image

Edit To get the original picture orientation,we can add π to θ. ...
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How to find the conformal mapping between two regions

We can use PI algorithm described in the paper Numerical Conformal Mapping with Rational Functions.The function for conformal mapping can be computed as follows ...
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Lens on a map. Realistic imitation of magnifying glass on images with text and other small features

In your code you use constant strength: (r/strength). You can change it to depend on r: ...
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How do you achieve this optical illusion of a picture?

I'll post the code tomorrow, it's a bit of a mess at the moment. Here is the code with abusing of GriGraph for a little piece of art. ...
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How can we produce sliceforms?

Turns out SliceContourPlot3D provides almost everything we need: ...
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Early computer art - reproducing Georg Nees "Schotter" and "K27"

Here is a proposal for K27. We first create e regular grid. Then we displace randomly every point proportional to its distance from the middle. ...
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