These breathtaking designs may seem like the stuff of faraway space travel, but actually they are just miles and miles of yarn.
The series of string-sculptures was created by a pair of Polish artists who have mastered the art of using hundreds of miles of colored threads to create 3D art installations.
To make the hypnotic artworks, Krakow-based duo Przemek Podolski and Marta Basandowskaby start by arranging the complex designs as a 3D computer model.
The structures range from simple cubes to impressively complex geometric designs which they use to represent outer space.
Basandowska says that she and Podolski then use a series of different knotting techniques to weave the yarn around various nails and bring the artwork to life.
Once the threads are properly woven around the nails, the couple uses black lights and projection mapping to illuminate the massive installations.
“We are making bigger and braver installations every year,” says Basandowska. “It is completely different when you’re making installations with an area of 30 meters supported by steel structures and creating something using several thousand knots.”