Deus Ex Machina is a fusion of engineering and artistry centered around the creation of a fully functional machine constructed from gears, cylinders, and pipes.
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"Deus Ex Machina" is an ambitious generative art collection that ingeniously merges the realms of industrial engineering and steampunk art. EThe collection reflects a deep exploration of the steampunk aesthetic, with each artwork being a testament to the artist's vision of harmoniously blending mechanical elements with creative expression.
This 400-piece collection, crafted in p5js, harnesses real-time Bitcoin data to create a unique, fully animated on-chain experience.
Each piece epitomises the convergence of engineering precision and artistic flair, embodying the complexity of machinery and the transformative power of art. At its core, the collection celebrates the intricate beauty of gears, cylinders, and pipes, transforming these ordinary components into a mesmerising artistic network.
The collection reflects a deep exploration of the steampunk aesthetic, with each artwork being a testament to the artist's vision of harmoniously blending mechanical elements with creative expression.
Michal Szafarski, known in web3 as Cyber Sea, is a seasoned software architect and developer with over 15 years of experience.
Born in 1989, he completed his studies in Game Programming in 2015, where he explored the intersection of coding, art, and storytelling. His art journey started as a miniature painter (WH40k, KDM and many others) where he had many successes.
A co-founder of BrokerList, Cyber Sea is deeply connected to the web3 community. His entry into the web3 world during the COVID-19 pandemic led him to discover and fall in love with generative art.
As one of the original art curators in gm dao, Cyber Sea combines his technical expertise with a passion for storytelling, ensuring his art always conveys a narrative.
His art is often inspired by mixing fantasy, science-fiction and technology. He also loves to use vibrant or even trippy colors in his works.
Cyber Sea further showcased his work in the genesis Alba exhibition, Flatland, with a very successful comic inspired BANG! collection.