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ATPM 7.02
February 2001

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Reader Comments (12)

JerryK · February 5, 2001 - 01:01 EST #1
The images of Mobius are so incredibly well defined and precise with the right balance of form and movement. Absolute 3D perfection! Wow!
David Murray · May 2, 2001 - 16:00 EST #2
I am an instructor at the Ontario Police College in Ontario Canada. We have recently designed a course for Middle Police Managers and were looking for a cool image to put on the front of our student binders that would set the tone for our course. Someone here mentioned a mobius and we found our way to your website. We really like image S23 and would like to seek your approval to put it on the front of our binders to exemplify integrated, seamless, continuous, learning and improvement. We would appreciate your permision to use the image and thank you in advance for your consideration.
J K MacNeal · June 11, 2001 - 12:45 EST #3
These are most beautiful designs...and so very adaptable for the iBook's desktop.
GS Gardner · August 7, 2001 - 01:18 EST #4
Very nice. Some of the best all around pics I've seen on the net. Would love to see some more.
Chris · August 30, 2001 - 19:53 EST #5
Wow! I have to say these are some of the most unbelievable desktop images I've seen. All of them are just truly amazing! Their detail is unmatched. I would love to see more of your work! Keep up the good work!
JSchwartz · March 6, 2002 - 15:53 EST #6
This is eye candy for me. I love mathematically perfect images like this. These intrigue me and get me thinking about all kinds of ideas. I'd like to figure out how to take these and put them into a slide show in motion, as a kind of perpetual screensaver desktop background, having them fade from one to the next, rotate slowly, one shrinks while the next grows, have subtle color develop in areas and then change.

Between these, M.C. Escher, and fractals, I could get lost just spacing into the show and forget completely about ever getting any work done.

The 'soulslides' would make a great opening screen for the more cosmic users of OS X [lol, lol]. Whoever did these, ask them for more!
Matthew E. Slate · February 12, 2003 - 20:03 EST #7
I think these images are awesome. I am using them for my desktop wallpaper, which I change frequently. I was wondering if you would please e-mail me any new images. Thank you very much.
Lee Bennett (ATPM Staff) · February 13, 2003 - 01:22 EST #8
Matthew - a new collection of desktop wallpaper images has been in each monthly issue of ATPM for several years. You can subscribe to be notified when a new issue is released, or even have the issue e-mailed to you in PDF for web-zine format.

If you are referring specifically to new Mobius images, you will need to check with the person who created these and submitted them as wallpaper images.
Leon Harrison · June 24, 2003 - 07:33 EST #9
I wanted some impressive graphical images for my iBook desktop other than non-abstract specifics. I've got a folder with these images in now and will be rotating through them. Thanks for the awesome images. The effort and talent put into them is very much appreciated.
Keili S. · August 23, 2005 - 13:02 EST #10
I love this site!
Rahma almapuli · October 23, 2005 - 04:55 EST #11
HI there how are you doing , i just to tell you if it was posibbale if you some pictures about waves or any other 3D pictures you have made.why because i am a student and i like 3D design very can you help me please
ATPM Staff · October 23, 2005 - 12:58 EST #12
Rahma - you may wish to contact

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