Fine Art Prints

Digital Computer Graphics as IRIS Giclée Prints

Images by John M Sullivan

Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois

jms@uiuc.edu

Please read my statement on Optimal Geometry as Art
As of summer 1999, three of my computer graphics images (two of which are joint work from The Optiverse) are available as fine art IRIS Giclée prints.

These images were rendered at 6600 x 9900 pixels, using the facilities of the Numerical Lab of the NCSA at the University of Illinois. The transparent surfaces were produced with my soapfilm shader for Pixar's Renderman.

The images were printed in Seattle on the IRIS Giclée printer at Digicolor, on Arches archival paper, in two sizes: 142/3" x 22" and 22" x 33".

Each comes in a limited edition of only 23 prints. The smaller prints are available, matted and framed, for $400, while the larger prints are $600.

Click on any image below to see a larger version


Foamy Partition: Weaire-Phelan

© 1995,1999 John M Sullivan

https://faculty.math.illinois.edu/~jms

The Weaire-Phelan foam is a counterexample to Kelvin's conjecture about the best partition of space into equal-volume cells.

Optiverse: Framework Interior

© 1998,1999 John M Sullivan, George Francis, Stuart Levy

http://new.math.uiuc.edu/optiverse

An inside view of an everting sphere from The Optiverse, a video by John M. Sullivan, George Francis, Stuart Levy, produced at the Univ. of Illinois, Math. Dept. and NCSA, 1998.

Optiverse: Minimax Sphere Eversion

© 1999 John M Sullivan, George Francis, Stuart Levy, Camille Goudeseune

http://new.math.uiuc.edu/optiverse

The minimax sphere eversion from The Optiverse, a video by John M. Sullivan, George Francis and Stuart Levy, with original music by Camille Goudeseune, produced at the Univ. of Illnois (Math. Dept. and NCSA), 1998.