Jérémie Brunet

Fractal artist
Paris, France
Let me invite you to a journey at the borders of the imaginary, in a land of organic intricacies and geometrical maze. My goal is to reveal the unreal and some of the most precious secrets of the universe: the beauty of fractals. As a 3D fractals afficionado, I couldn't resist, it was inevitable, I had to make tangible these intriguing mathematical creatures that have fascinated me for more than 20 years, especially in the last years since the advent of the latest generations of 3D fractals formulas and the latest innovations in 3D fractal rendering and 3D printing techniques
Beamed Octahedron
cm: 10.6 h x 7.8 w x 7.8 d
SLS 3D printed polyamide
2012
IFS fractal based on an octahedral grid. The beauty of fractals is now made tangible thanks to 3D printing. The shape has been generated with the 3D fractal renderer Mandelbulb3D, exported in voxel format, converted into a mesh and 3D printed in polyamide by selective laser sintering.
Amazing fractal bulb
cm: 8.176 h x 8.344 w x 8.344 d
3D printed sandstone
2013
"Mandelbox" based fractal. A Mandelbox is a 3D fractal obtained by iterating conditional foldings. The shape has been generated with the 3D fractal renderer Mandelbulb3D, exported in voxel format, converted into a mesh and 3D printed in polyamide by selective laser sintering.