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Tags: Art, arts, fractal, light ships, poster, UFOs, zazzle, Zeta Reticuli
Two light ships were recently photographed traveling through space near the Zeta Reticuli star system, one of them quite close up! What these UFOs are is still not fully understood. The fractal nature of the ships is rather beautiful to these tired eyes.
Hehe… that’s the name and description that got conjured up for this piece.
Hi res views on hover over at the store…
Available anywhere from 4×6 to pretty darn big on various stock and even canvas, as usual.
I hope you like it.
Tags: anomalistic art, anomaly, Art, by iggymak, fractal art, fractals, out there, outer space, post cards, postcards, space art, strange object, zazzle
Share your strangest news with your weirdest friends… with help from my latest anomalistic art…
This fractal nebula-like object has some very strange linear features at it’s center, which are of interest to scientists. The interest for most will be the fascinating region at the top. What is it, we wonder? Is there life there?
The Fold is one of the strangest objects in outer space. A sheet of energetic plasma has folded in on itself. Scientists don’t know what to make of it.
Greenie, Close Up!
A zoomed in look at The Green Anomaly, which is a fanciful fractal rendition of a strange and energetic nebula-like area deep in outer space. Very deep.
The Purple Anomaly is a fanciful fractal rendition of a strange, energetic nebula-like region located far out into the depths of outer space
Tags: arts, by iggymak, clothing, fractal t-shirt, Life’s Little Hooks, mixing math and art, style, zazzle
And here’s a closeup…
I like this one…
It’s so… I don’t know… “life-y!”
Yeah, that’s it.
It surprised me actually, as the algorithms very rarely come up with life like forms… and this looks like a bunch of little critters all gathering (for lunch, maybe?) into a shape that closely resembles themselves.
Sometimes mixing math and art can be fun.
Nice colors, too…
I doubt the name I gave it will help, of course. But such is depression. Suggestions welcome, as is a good description.
Tags: Art, by iggymak, fractal art, fractal print, nodules, object, the lens, third quadrant, zazzle
The Lens, Well Lit
This is another image of ‘The Lens,’ The Lens was encountered recently near an odd, grey glowing plasma cloud in the Third Quadrant of local space. Here the cloud increased dramatically in luminosity for a while, lighting up the object quite nicely. Spanning a full kilometer in width and length, it is estimated to hold at least several thousand entities. The nature of whom are at present unknown, unfortunately, as sensors cannot currently penetrate whatever it’s hull is composed of. Crews are working on it. Feverishly.
(NOTE: You can try different background colors on this one… to give it your own special ‘feel.’
Choosing a smaller size and an alternate print stock than my default will adjust pricing accordingly.)
This is a new one… and damned if I don’t really like it!
It’s called ‘well lit’ because in the first image captured (on the left, below) by the ship the cloud was not so bright and one could see countless energetic nodules just swirling around in the plasma… there is also an educational placemat available (my first, on the right) that should make for some rather interesting dinners…
Tags: Art, Birth O’ My Heart, by iggymak, fractal art, fractal print, High Strangeness Art, romance of possibility, swirling storm of energy, trillions of years ago, zazzle
Birth O’ My Heart
This is the way it looked, countless trillions of years ago, when my heart was first born. Born from the swirling storm of energy that I started life as. Tumultuous times those were, filled with the romance of possibility. Fractal art is the only way that events like this can really be described. Hey, you know, this one might by a good one for my special Earth girl…
Or maybe not… it’s either this or a … oh, wait. Never mind.
Ha! I’m happy. My hearts don’t usually come out this nice, or should I say this purposed. The ‘stutters’ just before my little heart fully forms, (yes, it is a time exposure!), via controlled ‘detonation-in-place’ – turned up well and are just this side of recognizable. Ha!
So what do you all think? Like it?
Should probably put it on other items as well… that goes for a lot of designs already done.
Work, work, work. Hehe, but fun.
Tags: Art, fractal art, fractal print, High Strangeness Art, zazzle
An entire solar system, not far from here, is being consumed by a vast space-faring entity, a consumer… of planets.
New at High Strangeness Art!
Yes, still immersed in the entirely digital fractal art zone. It’s pretty cool in there. Physics, Nature, Math, Pixels. All good and all tweaked by an exceptionally weird and entirely unfamiliar
nut, er, artist!
Anyway, spent lots of time tweaking the heck out of this one yesterday. And it was Big Fun, too, so there!
There’s a lot of detail in it, notably the numerous (and relentless) tendrils of this thing as it proceeds through this rather odd little system, engulfing whole planets unlucky enough to be in it’s path.
If you should find yourself so inclined and wind up harboring a deep need to see it better, there’s a handy zoom tool on the page . Just hover over the image.
I hope someone likes this one enough to…um… yeah, who am I kidding…
Tags: angel posters, angels, by iggymak, entities, fractal print, Space Angel, winged entity
Oh, dear, here he goes again…
One of two I made the other day. Finally got around to posting at the store today.
I keep doing that lately, not finishing things. It’s troubling. Probably a side effect of the decades long depression.
One issue is naming the things. Stared at this one a long time. I think it looks something like a winged entity. In general.
As angels have a bit wider market than winged entities, I chose that. Not at all sure it was a good idea.
Space mainly because it looks extra sporty on black, which, being a spacey sort, is my default canvas color when creating all these lovely non-sellers.
And describing them… well… that’s another thing.
Might very well change the name if someone comes up with something good, but it’s growing on me. And if I can move myself to do it. We’ll see how ‘angel’ flies.
Tags: Art, by iggymak, flames, fractal art, nature, The Bubble, zazzle
This piece is a nice example of the sort of thing I’ve been creating lately.
Just in case you were wondering what I do when I’m not here. Were you?
Well, anyway, making fractal flames is one. Not sure why they are called flames, exactly… and haven’t really felt a burning need to find out.
They’re big fun when they “work.”
Fractals are inherently natural, just look around… and perhaps there is some sort of ingrained mental connection going on deep within the cranium, because they seem to please in a way that is more felt than anything else… for me at least… it’s hard to describe. It’s just… different. And a trifle strange, I guess.
I wish the picture were bigger… although you can zoom in pretty closely at the site.
Hope you enjoy it.
Tags: coffee mugs, life, life on Mars, lifeform, little martian, Mars, martian buddy, nasa images, side seams, t shirt
I’d like to thank Jamie for enthusiastically modeling my Mars Critter shirt. She is of course wearing the 3/4 sleeve raglan version which you can change the colors on or if you like put my little buddy on another style shirt, I’ve got tons, 70, I think – regular tees, “green” tees, basic tees, polos, spaghetti strap style, hoodies – all kinds and in a ton of colors.
The official blurb about the shirt Jamie has on:
Ladies 3/4 Sleeve Raglan (Fitted)
Cute and comfortable, this classic baseball jersey has been cut just for women. Made from 100% super-soft ring-spun cotton by Bella. Includes side-seams and double-needle stitched sleeve and bottom hems for lasting quality. NOTE: Sizes run extremely small. Order 1 to 2 sizes larger than normal. Imported.
You can personalize it, too, if you want; add text or pics to it, on the front or back… you can do that to all the gear.
My little Martian buddy can also be had on a Speck brand iPad Case, a variety of caps and coffee mugs, a key chain, greeting cards, post cards, a mousepad and a really nice quality print. If you might want it on something I have yet to make, like the little speakers that just got added, just let me know, no worries.
It’s really a lot of fun making all these images in Photoshop and Fireworks and Apophysis and then arranging them as nicely as I can on the clothes and the gear… keeps me out of trouble and puts a smile on my face… and gives me an excuse to peruse NASA images looking for weird stuff… and to think that it’s all for sale, that I could make a couple of dollars if some like-minded wacko should actually buy something… what could be better than that?
Ha! If it actually happened, maybe! It does sometimes, but…
Don’t think I get rich off of this particular endeavor… it’s been 6 years now and I’ve yet to get to even half a K… in all that time. Any person buying anything is pretty much a hero in my eyes. I wonder sometimes, though, as a colleague of mine in Australia actually makes a living at this! So prolific she is… just amazing! And talented. I really wish I could emulate that. Maybe someday I will figure it out… wish me luck!
Anyway, enjoy. There’s some strange stuff in my store that might trigger something inside you.
Tags: Art, custom Speck case for iPhone 4, fractal art, hostile environs, iphone 4, ipod touch, shell case, speck products
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Lifeform, Thriving in Space.
Fractal art created by Iggy Makarevich, your very own weird, wild and wacky WATT curmudgeon.
Strange, exotic extremophile lifeforms thriving in the hostile environs of outer space, imaged for the very first time.
Tags: Apollo 15, AS15-83-11234, classified image, Conspiracy, iPad case, magazine 83, Moon, NASA, photos, secrecy, sighting, space, Speck case, UFOs
Let this custom Speck case and Apollo 15’s notorious Top Secret Shot protect your iPad from the rigors of reality.
just what did the crew see, anyway?
I really want to know, but I doubt any of us ever will.
This is the mysterious “final” frame from film magazine 83… the very existence of which was totally suppressed by NASA for over 30 long years.
This is image number AS15-83-11234, taken from inside either the LEM or the Command module, no one’s really sure about that. And no one’s talking.
No one knows just what this image shows, (except the crew and NASA), but I have a feeling that this was an exceptionally intense encounter with something quite terrifying and almost completely inexplicable.
Learn what’s known of this exceptionally bizarre incident by reading my earlier post about this strange encounter, which has some great commentary from LunaCognita providing even more vital information.
Enhancement by yours truly back in April 2010, using a 9 layer image stack to get the most detail out of those freaky deaky streamers.
Share this previously classified image with the world while treating your iPad to some serious Speck protection.
Catch all my designs at High Strangeness Art.
A word about the case itself…
Combining luxury with uncompromised protection, this sleek hard plastic case is covered with an easy-to-grip fabric, richly printed with your favorite design. The first of its kind to be offered anywhere, this lightweight and durable custom case allows optimal access to all of the sensors, ports and controls on your iPad, while offering superior comfort in-hand.
Tags: anomalous artifacts, Art, high strangeness, print
An area of high strangeness lies ahead… be alert… be aware… be safe.
Hey, WATT fans, excuse the shameless self-promotion, but, seriously, gotta eat… anyway, here’s my newest weirdness… a print, called AbNoRmAl… available now at High Strangeness Art!
I hope ya like it!
Choose from four sizes… all with sporty UV-resistant archival inks… seven different media, from basic poster to two kinds of canvas. The highest quality frames (hundreds of custom frames)… with three levels of mats
Your prints made in 24 hours… Custom Framing in 10-12 days
Tags: Apollo 8, AS8-12-2209, bizarre, enhanced, high strangeness, John Lear, lunar anomalies, merchandise, Moon, NASA, photos, thing on the moon, tshirt
Ah, yes, well, here we have the lovely Luz along with righteous dude Darren both modeling variations of my Thing On The Moon Tshirt, which celebrates what may just be the strangest thing that I have ever clapped eyes on — namely, well, the “thing” — discovered back in the day by none other than the notorious Mr. John Lear.
It’s on a photo taken on the exceptionally notorious far side of the Moon… by the intrepid crew of Apollo 8.
A high resolution version, that is; obtained by Lear from his buds a bit before they got real strict about taking stuff like that out of circulation. Score!
This design is my enhancement of a crop of this particular anomaly from that very high res version.
If you’re motivated, the official NASA image number is AS8-12-2209.
High Strangeness at it’s best, eh?!
I mean… seriously… people… wtf is that?!
Tags: blog gear, official, tshirt, What's All This Then?
Choose from hundreds of shirts in many colors for men, women, kids and babies. Hoodies and sweatshirts, houndstooth, micro-fiber… all kinds… You can also select sustainable, (including Bono’s African EdunLIVE brand), sport, and fashionable apparel. Sizes from S to 6XL.
If you don’t choose something different, you’ll get, as pictured, the “Basic Dark Tshirt,” which is the classic heavyweight t-shirt, a tagless design for ultimate comfort, pre-shrunk in 6.1 ounce 100% cotton. Double-needle stitched bottom and sleeve hems. Loose, classic fit, wears well on anyone, even Greys and Reptilians. (note: Brown version has a tag). Imported.