I’ve been drawing computationally with Drawbot in Python 3 out of John Maeda’s encouragement and teachings. Much gratitude to John… I’ve been posting some work-in-progress on Twitter, but thought it’d be nice to post it on my blog too as a nice collection of trials, experiments, fails, surprises, and some really cool things that came out of playing with code. 🙂 Stay tuned for more posts on this blog!
First up, this is one of my favorites so far. I love how the colors and dots spiral into this beautiful pattern. I love it so much that I made it a shirt and a sweatshirt on Amazon! Support art, buy a shirt today. 🙂 I got one to check out the quality and I can confirm that it’s very comfortable. The print quality is ace, too!
5000×5000 high res glory
I’m looking to make more computational design shirts too! Stay tuned for more new designs.
In the subsequent posts, I’ll be sharing my fun exports mostly from Drawbot. As well as a few creative experiments I’ve been noodling with.
Chinese-American artist responsible for some of the best-known images in American popular culture. Drawing inspiration from Chinese artists of the Song Dynasty, Wong applied his unique vision to paintings, prints, and even the Walt Disney film Bambi.
I had the honor of meeting him and attending one of his kite flying events a few years ago at the Santa Monica beach. The craft of his kites were one-of-a-kind and amazing: