Alexander Guerten

Berlin, Germany
I studied graphic-design and mathematics, so I'm always happy, to combine these two disciplines. To develop these 3D-Tessellations felt more like solving a mathematical problem, than creating art. But one is always able to squeeze the problem a little bit, so that the final solution looks much more beautifull.
17 x 26 x 8 cm
3D printed (polyamid)
“KUHKUBUS” is a bull-shaped 3D-Tessellation. You can think of it as a 3D version of the tessellation work of M.C.Escher. It is 3D-printed and was developed as part of the math-creations-project (