This is a print of a mathematical concept called an attractor, which is a state (or a set of numbers) that a dynamical system will eventually end up in, no matter how it starts. There are many kinds of attractors; the one used in this print is called a "de Jong" attractor, named after Peter de Jong who originally published it in 1987. Only 10 prints of this kind will be printed, and each print will be signed and numbered.
In this image, hundreds of particles move overt time according to a 4-dimensional mathematical function. By changing the parameters of the function, different shapes emerge. This was one that I chose from many combinations of parameters.
⭑ 8.5 x 11" sized print
⭑ Limited edition of 10 , signed and numbered
⭑ High-quality black printed on acid-free, heavy matte card stock
⭑ Ships in clear protector with a rigid card backing
⭑ Please allow for 1 week for the item to be printed before it is sent off to ship.