Beautiful in their own right, these works of art from artist Atsushi Koyama look very much like illustrations for how to manipulate a holographic design table. A lot of precise hand and eye coordination is involved.

Koyama's work here is so precise that it's hard to imagine that they're oil paintings and not computer-generated blueprints. They're part of a series of paintings that clearly combine Koyama's BFA in art from Tama Art University and his BA in mathematics from Tokyo University of Science. See more of them at his profile at Frantic Gallery.

[Dark Silence in Suburbia, Hayden's Magazine via Colossal]