“Cities, like dreams, are made of desires and fears, even if the thread of their discourse is secret, their rules are absurd, their perspectives deceitful, and everything conceals something else.”
"Invisible Cities" collection is inspired by the fantastical places
Marco Polo describes to the great Kublai Khan in the chapters of the book.
These places don't exist on any map, and in these cities, things are never as they seem.
This is the case in those intricate, three- dimensional patterns,
generated using an algorithm.
We are fascinated by the unending possibilities of the pattern formations,
and we aimed to match each chapter's descriptions to a 3d pattern.
Using spherical patterns, allowed the formation of city-planets,
where every little computationally generated sculpture, represents an imaginary, unexisting, invisible city.
Choose your favorite city, and print it in a pendant or ring.
"Phyllis is a space in which routes are drawn between points suspended in the void:
Like all of Phyllis’ inhabitants, you follow zigzag lines from one street to another,
Your footsteps follow not what is outside the eyes, but what is within, buried, erased."