Delaunay Raster

June 25th, 2008

Jonathan Puckey is a Dutch graphic designer who can script. He often uses Scriptographer, a scripting plugin for Adobe Illustrator, so that’s probably why he calls his work ‘conditional design’. ‘Delaunay Raster’ is his latest project, it’s image vectorization based on Delaunay triangulation. So on the left you can recognize Kate Moss and on the right Notorious BIG. But if you want to understand why this is so amazing, you’ll have to go to his website and watch the short demo video.

Delaunay Raster by Jonathan Puckey

found at FFFFOUND!

6 Responses to “Delaunay Raster”

  1. Chris Halsted Says:

    That is very cool! They somewhat remind me of Museum Studio’s 3d fruits :

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  3. Jonathan Puckey – today and tomorrow Says:

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  4. Samson Says:

    if i’m not mistaken, the face on the right is that of the notorious b.i.g.

  5. lenmo Says:

    guys where can i find this Delaunay Raster plugin ?

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