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I'm Mattias Jones. I see patterns. Here are some of them.
Posting my own work, patterns and architecture.
  • Folding spheres with straight lines.
The paper used is Colorplan by GFSmith.

    Folding spheres with straight lines.

    The paper used is Colorplan by GFSmith.

  • More studio treasures. Ether meter from an old Sheffield forge.Photo by Augustinas Našlėnas.

    More studio treasures. Ether meter from an old Sheffield forge.

    Photo by Augustinas Našlėnas.

  • Studio shot. Coffee is important business.
Photo by Augustinas Našlėnas.

    Studio shot. Coffee is important business.

    Photo by Augustinas Našlėnas.

  • The Final Transmission collaborators.
Photo by Augustinas Našlėnas.

    The Final Transmission collaborators.

    Photo by Augustinas Našlėnas.

  • Perc - Take Your Body Off.
    (taken from The Power And The Glory, out on PercTrax)

    I owe so much creative time to Ali Wells (Perc) and his industrial compositions. In between punching the air I get some great inspired work done. When I meet him I shall be shaking him firmly by the hand.

  • goodmemory:

Ganga Devi, Snake diagram for worship on Nagapanchami festival, 1987-88
via 50 Watts

    goodmemory:

    Ganga Devi, Snake diagram for worship on Nagapanchami festival, 1987-88

    via 50 Watts

  • Kashmiri Moon scarf - Handembroidered silk. (1860) 

    Kashmiri Moon scarf - Handembroidered silk. (1860) 

  • In the studio - A quick video showing pattern generation from frequency, broadcast through reclaimed cathode ray televisions.

    Patterns by Mattias Jones + Dave Techdiff - www.madebyjones.tumblr.com

  • Patterns straight out of the studio.
    We are experimenting with various methods of analogue pattern generation for a live performance later in the year.

  • Mycelium of the Agaricus bisporus fungi.

    Mycelium of the Agaricus bisporus fungi.

  • Models of polyhedra taken from “Vielecke und Vielflache” by Prof. Dr. Max Bruckner, published 1900.

    Hat tip to Stephen Ellcock

  • Detail of wall mosaic.Tabriz, Iran.

    Detail of wall mosaic.
    Tabriz, Iran.

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