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Choose one of the algorithms below and think about your unique text input for the algorithm. This could be a specific date, a lucky number, a sentence, title of a song, you name it. This input will be the ‘seed’ of the artwork.
Found an algorithm that you like? Reach out to me and tell me your unique input. I'll run the algorithm, feed it your input and send a preview of the result.
If you like what the algorithm came up with we can start creating a fine art print of it and ship it to you!
Feeling adventurous? Skip the preview & see the result when you receive your fine art print.
A generative type algorithm where characters are drawn on a fixed grid. Characters are built with simple geometric shapes which are chosen via character specific instructions. Each character is generated differently due to the influence of random stroke weights and coloring. This gives an almost 3D like feel to it. For those who look closely you can see that the characters are inspired by the 1968 Mexico Olympics typeface, hence the name of the algorithm. Choose your letter or number, add your personal input and get your unique edition of this algorithm by filling in the contact form below.
Interesting compositions arise when you start slicing up a rectangular shape. With each slice new shapes are created and these shapes add new color variations and slight distortions to the composition. From very chaotic to very simple - this algorithm creates it all - but it still seems that there is some kind of order to it.
This algorithm is called after its inspiration, the famous terrazzo composite material that you’ll see on walls, floors and patios. Terrazzo derives from the mosaic artform but doesn’t place individual pieces in a decoratie pattern and that's exactly what this algorithm is doing.
This algorithm has changed names many times. Starting with just simply ‘Rounded polygons’ because each polygon has rounded corners. But due to iteration I came eventually to a new title ‘Scrabble’. To scratch or grope around with one's fingers to find, collect, or hold on to something (Definition from Oxford Languages).
The word ‘Monnikenwerk’ is a Dutch expression for doing work that costs a lot of time. And that’s essentially what this algorithm is doing. This algorithm’s goal is to draw a 1.000 polygons that can’t touch each other.
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I'm Misha Heesakkers - Digital Designer by day / Generative Designer by night. A couple of years ago I stumbled on a programming language called Processing. Processing enabled me to create designs & art without any design tools. Generating imagery by programming instructions & rules felt like magic. And it still does.
The great thing about generative art is that one algorithm can generate an endless amount of unique works where each work is different but still has the same rules of the system applied to it. You as a buyer can take advantage of it and acquire a one of kind artwork of the algorithm.
For collaborations, custom requests, or general inquiries please feel free to reach out any time via: firstname.lastname@example.org or via one of my socials.