Precursors of Cubic Limit  Lines of Squares and Triangles used as an Alphabet and other precursors 1970  1973

Lines of Squares and Triangles as an Alphabet
P128, Sphereless 1972

P105, Squares 1972

P147, Triangles 1973

The 4 lines of a square + the 2 diagonals are used as an alphabet

The 4 lines of a square are used as an alphabet

The 3 lines of a triangle are used as an alphabet

P128 is published in the catalog: "Manfred Mohr, Drawings Dessins Zeichnungen Dibujos", Galerie Weiller, Paris and Galerie Gilles Gheerbrant, Montreal, 1974



Other precursor drawings related to Cubic Limit I

P26, Inversion Logique, 1970



Adding and subtracting lines to create a structure. In Cubic Limit I many of the algorithms add and subtract lines of a fixed structure, the cube.


P80, Cube Drawing, 1971

P80 test, Cube Drawing, 1971



Early cube drawings. Random points along 4 sides of a cube are linearly transformed to their respective base straight lines.


P26 is published in the catalog: "Manfred Mohr, Computer Graphics, Une esthétique programée", ARC  Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971
P80 test is published in the catalog: "Buchleiter/Mohr/Murle/Treiber", Kunstverein Pforzheim 1972

