On/off/off/on/on… Binary numbers are just that. That’s why computers love them. So the spikes I made with binary number are perhaps the most suitable representation. The dimensions are a bit different than with the other plots. Click here for the conditions of sale.


8 bits spikes, curve slope, in sequence (nr. 04-01)
  • 8 bits so 28 = 256  circles
  • Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper.
  • Black, pigmented fine liner.
  • In sequence from the top left to the bottom right
  • Curved spikes
  • Dimensions: 26×4,5 cm (10.2″x1.8″)
  • Price: €50 excl. costs of shipment
  • Also possible
    • Other dimensions (up till 11″)
    • White (or silver, gold or bronze) on black paper
    • Other spike shapes (triangle/square)

8 bits spikes, triangle slope, in sequence (nr. 04-02)

  • 8 bits so 28 = 256  circles
  • Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper.
  • Black, pigmented fine liner.
  • In sequence from the top left to the bottom right
  • Triangle shaped spikes
  • Dimensions: 26×3,5 cm (10.2″x1.4″)
  • Price: €50 excl. costs of shipment
  • Also possible
    • Other dimensions (up till 11″)
    • White (or silver, gold or bronze) on black paper
    • Other spike shapes (curved/square)

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