Watch Anthony Howe’s hypnotic 3D art go from conception to reality

“I was bored with everything being static in my visual world,” artist Anthony Howe told The Creators Project about his new work — a series of so-called “kinetic sculptures.” These kinetic sculptures are hardly static — thanks to the wind, they move in mesmerizing patterns that The Creators Project described as “real-world screensavers.” Beyond the visual spectacle, Howe’s design process is a combination of modern technology and traditional metalwork processes. His pieces start as computer models that he designs with the CAD program Rhinoceros 3D, and then the designs are cut with a plasma cutter and assembled by hand. That 3D design process is crucial to the wild visual effects found in his finished work — it allows him to see how…

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