Mark Oliver has created a series of insects called “LitterBugs” brought to life entirely from trash; a species developed to adapt to the harsh, changing urban landscape. They are part of an invented genus, affectionately categorized in a document known as the “compendium of carabid and terrestrial detritus” – each one having been given their own title and scientific name, some based off the found objects from which they are built.
Insects made from old watches…Really cool, but I'm curious as to where the bulbs & transistor/fuse type thingies come from. Seriously ... would appreciate being enlightened. Doesn't really matter whether they do or don't come in watches. These are still works of genius & art ... in my not always so humble openguin. :)
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Created by designer ‘Istvan’ of Chaotic Atmosphere, these geometric insects are a beautiful exercise in fictional biology, code, and digital illustration. The collection of nearly 100 organisms with day/night variations, titled "Biotop from Polygonia," was made in Cinema 4D using random values within parameters designed by Istvan.