As digital artists seek to recreate the physical world through dimensional images, modelling techniques based on geometric shapes have given way to a new visual style, low poly art.
This eye-catching five-coin series utilizes this art style to present a contemporary and highly artistic interpretation of Canada’s most famous icons.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
- Coins come in a maroon clamshell beauty box with a certificate of authenticity.
- A fresh, modern take on Canada’s timeless icons: The third coin in the inventive new five coin Geometry in Art series, which reinterprets familiar Canadian emblems: the polar bear, the beaver, the caribou, the loon and the maple leaf in a low poly art style.
- Obverse: The effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.
- Reverse: A stylized portrait of two caribou moving across a landscape that conveys the tranquil beauty of a boreal forest. Presented in a low poly art style, the design brings together multiple polygon shapes to form a male caribou in a powerful pose as he looks up at the first snowfall of the season, followed by a young caribou at the river’s edge in the background.
Each polygon is made distinct from the other through extraordinary sculpting, cutting-edge technology and advanced finishing techniques, while the application of bold color adds vibrancy and alters our perception of dimension and light.
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The hard edges that are characteristic of this style lend themselves beautifully to recreating the Arctic ice above and below the water’s surface; yet, it is the application of rich, vibrant colors that brings a dynamic quality to the overall design, infusing it with depth and dimension through different shades of blues and whites which create a playful perception of shadow and light.