Not What They Seem: Deceptive Vexel Artworks

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Not What They Seem: Deceptive Vexel Artworks

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Vexel is a form of pixel-based raster art that imitates the appearance of what we know as vector graphics; smooth, sharp-edged illustrations that can be scaled up and down. Vexel art, however, is created using pixel-based shapes that are layered upon each other to create stepped but gradual color transitions.

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