Dots are used to represent the adjacency between digits. Each digit 0-9 is represented by a colored segment. Dots assigned to a segment represent digits that follow the digit represented by the segment. The position of the dot is roughly the position within the number that the digit appears.
Art by by Cristian Ilies Vasile.
Pretty interesting how numbers can translate into art.
Russ Mills is graduated from Leeds Met University in 1995 after completing a BA in Graphic Art and Design, specialising in Experimental Film and Animation. After finding gainful employment in various non-creative institutions, he went back to basics and began work with pen, pencil and computer. Russ has spent almost 20 years crafting skills, absorbing influences from every facet of visual culture and archiving found objects and ephemera to substantiate his work. He has worked as a freelance illustrator with numerous clients in publishing and entertainment, more recently pursuing the more traditional gallery/exhibitive path with solo shows in London and Bristol and group exhibits in the U.S. Numerous sell out print releases and coverage worldwide. His current work is an clash of styles from classical to pop surrealism, focusing predominantly on the human form, though also abstracting elements from nature and the animal kingdom. Covering subjects such as superficiality and isolation progressing into more socio-political expressions. Please visit his website of follow his Tumblr byroglyphics for more work.