05.07.16 by Staff

Artist Fabrizio Corneli Uses Math to Create Intricate Art Out of Shadows

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Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli casts elaborate shadows, using precise calculations to maximize the extension of light. See more images of Corneli’s shadow art below!

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Fabrizio Corneli’s Website

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  • uglifruit

    So amazing!





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