In honor of the Lunar New Years, Happy year of the rat!
Some newer works from winter 2019 to close out the year.
As always, let me know which ones you love the most! Shirts are available to purchase on Amazon.
For the past year or so, I’ve been learning and playing with computational art in my free time. Learning Python has been a journey and I’m just in the beginning. Along the way, I’ve made some interesting things as documented on this blog. I’ve handpicked five of my favorites and made them into real shirts! It’s one thing to see the art pieces on a digital screen, it’s another thing to see them printed in digital form — and wear them.
If you like them, please get one! Please tell your friends! I own a few and I think they look great (perhaps biased) and feel really nice (not biased). They’re available in women’s, men’s, and kids’ sizes for the whole family. 🙂 I’m selling them on Amazon for now, and Prime members can get them shipped for free.
Experimentation in drawbot generated vector and after effects motion.
Also, I know Cinema 4D uses Python, so I’ve been starting to play with that in C4D as well to make some time-based animations — like this one experiment I did for WordPress.com:
Playing with a few rotated lines to create a circle. Mostly color studies here.
Something cool I discover is that the moire pattern in these graphics create a nice vibration when you scroll the page. This reminds me of the genius SONOS rebrand by Bruce Mau Design that uses computation pattern to visualize sound.
Inspired by Bridget Riley’s works. I started experimenting with squares that are slightly rotated and tiled, which creating some weird optical illusion when moved.
Made this piece as a cover for our 2018 family holiday card.
The idea here is making a piece of art with our last name 陳 (Chan) written out 2018 times.
Back at it for more circles drawbot fun. Playing with just using a circular shape and looping it many times with different rotations.