"Noctilucent" by Chromador - 2013

"Orb" by Chromador - 2013

Another pair of geometric experiments. This one I call Exoskeleton.
Chromador - 2013 Another pair of geometric experiments. This one I call Exoskeleton.
Chromador - 2013

Another pair of geometric experiments. This one I call Exoskeleton.

Chromador - 2013

Just having some fun
Chromador - 2013 Just having some fun
Chromador - 2013

Just having some fun

Chromador - 2013

This one really needs to be enlarged so it appears smooth and crisp, not distorted and spotty.

Chromador - 2013

More art from last year by Chromador. The process I used to get to this style combines glitching, mirroring, and some relatively heavy photoshopping. 
The bottom image is just a merging of the corners of the top image because I really liked how it looked. More art from last year by Chromador. The process I used to get to this style combines glitching, mirroring, and some relatively heavy photoshopping. 
The bottom image is just a merging of the corners of the top image because I really liked how it looked.

More art from last year by Chromador. The process I used to get to this style combines glitching, mirroring, and some relatively heavy photoshopping. 

The bottom image is just a merging of the corners of the top image because I really liked how it looked.

Album art by Chromador for Desert M’s new EP “Autiomaa”. 
This set combines public domain photos of atomic bomb tests with glitch art and pixel art elements to artistically depict the progression a nuclear explosion. The red color shows the heat of the blast as it rapidly expands and engulfs the viewer, while the pixellation and glitch patterns represent the radiation and electro-magnetic pulse that would short-circuit any modern digital camera attempting to record such an event today.
Desert M is an electronic act from Helsinki. Check out the new EP on Bandcamp. Album art by Chromador for Desert M’s new EP “Autiomaa”. 
This set combines public domain photos of atomic bomb tests with glitch art and pixel art elements to artistically depict the progression a nuclear explosion. The red color shows the heat of the blast as it rapidly expands and engulfs the viewer, while the pixellation and glitch patterns represent the radiation and electro-magnetic pulse that would short-circuit any modern digital camera attempting to record such an event today.
Desert M is an electronic act from Helsinki. Check out the new EP on Bandcamp. Album art by Chromador for Desert M’s new EP “Autiomaa”. 
This set combines public domain photos of atomic bomb tests with glitch art and pixel art elements to artistically depict the progression a nuclear explosion. The red color shows the heat of the blast as it rapidly expands and engulfs the viewer, while the pixellation and glitch patterns represent the radiation and electro-magnetic pulse that would short-circuit any modern digital camera attempting to record such an event today.
Desert M is an electronic act from Helsinki. Check out the new EP on Bandcamp. Album art by Chromador for Desert M’s new EP “Autiomaa”. 
This set combines public domain photos of atomic bomb tests with glitch art and pixel art elements to artistically depict the progression a nuclear explosion. The red color shows the heat of the blast as it rapidly expands and engulfs the viewer, while the pixellation and glitch patterns represent the radiation and electro-magnetic pulse that would short-circuit any modern digital camera attempting to record such an event today.
Desert M is an electronic act from Helsinki. Check out the new EP on Bandcamp.

Album art by Chromador for Desert M’s new EP “Autiomaa”. 

This set combines public domain photos of atomic bomb tests with glitch art and pixel art elements to artistically depict the progression a nuclear explosion. The red color shows the heat of the blast as it rapidly expands and engulfs the viewer, while the pixellation and glitch patterns represent the radiation and electro-magnetic pulse that would short-circuit any modern digital camera attempting to record such an event today.

Desert M is an electronic act from Helsinki. Check out the new EP on Bandcamp.

Untitled mandala design created by mirroring a piece of glitch art - by Chromador. 
I wasn’t sure which color I liked best, so I posted both. You can decide for yourself which is best. Untitled mandala design created by mirroring a piece of glitch art - by Chromador. 
I wasn’t sure which color I liked best, so I posted both. You can decide for yourself which is best.

Untitled mandala design created by mirroring a piece of glitch art - by Chromador

I wasn’t sure which color I liked best, so I posted both. You can decide for yourself which is best.

More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean.

More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.

These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean.

Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard.

Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard.

"Battleship" and "Cruiser" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013. "Battleship" and "Cruiser" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

"Battleship" and "Cruiser" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

"Flare" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

Part of the Sharp Circles series.

"Cirrus (Alternate 2)" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

If you’re familiar with my work, you’ll notice that I have been working with a new process lately, as indicated by my recent posts. I especially like this one because it looks like ice crystals forming on a piece of glass.

Click the image to view it a bit larger.

"Cirrus (Alternate 1)" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

If you’re familiar with my work, you’ll notice that I have been working with a new process lately, as indicated by my recent posts. I especially like this one because it looks like ice crystals forming on a piece of glass.

Click the image to view it a bit larger.

"Cirrus" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

If you’re familiar with my work, you’ll notice that I have been working with a new process lately, as indicated by my recent posts. I especially like this one because it looks like ice crystals forming on a piece of glass.

Click the image to view it a bit larger.