2017
Blort
Kevin Mack
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This Blort is from Kevin Mack's Blortasia, currently available on Steam. Blorts sooth the mind with their hypnotic evolving shapes and textures. Blortasia is a surreal maze of colourful undulating shapes. Visitors fly through vistas of abstract beauty in an art installation unconstrained by the limits of reality. Mack has made art with 3D computer graphics for over thirty years. Imagery, 3D printed sculpture, and VR artworks can be found at kevinmackart.com

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