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Johan Andersson aka Mandelwerk is an artist from Sweden for whom the new 3D fractals really woke the slumbering surrealist in him the day he found his way to fractalforums and Daniel Whites Mandelbulb site. It changed his life indeed and he is now spending way too much time exploring these surreal planets; “it is so exciting I cannot stop” says he.

He got a beautiful gallery in his portfolio of surreal three dimensional fractals and every piece is spectacular with all the details in them. Let us take a look by exploring some of his surreal planets for your inspiration.

He can be contacted through mail at mailwerk@mandelwerk.com

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Longing for Seahorse Valley
Longing for Seahorse Valley
The burden of intellect
The burden of intellect
Guardian of forbidden colors
Guardian of forbidden colors
Minimalistic Mess
Minimalistic Mess
Midsummer's Eve 2011
Midsummer's Eve 2011
Royal Monstrous Coagulation
Royal Monstrous Coagulation
Molecular Bouquet
Molecular Bouquet
Cosmic Spine Collapse
Cosmic Spine Collapse
The Tree of Holy Grails
The Tree of Holy Grails
Chasmic Pentagons of Trantor
Chasmic Pentagons of Trantor
The Fractal Wasp Troll
The Fractal Wasp Troll
Evil Fly of Thistle fractal
Evil Fly of Thistle fractal
Fighting Fractal Gods
Fighting Fractal Gods
Underwater kind of remembrance
Underwater kind of remembrance
Temple of Chaotic Borderlines
Temple of Chaotic Borderlines
Infinite Rhinoceros Woods
Infinite Rhinoceros Woods
Abyss of Blattaria Benoitis
Abyss of Blattaria Benoitis
Take left at the next tricorn
Take left at the next tricorn
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