January 2021 artworks
Time for another roundup of my recent computational artworks from the past couple months. Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments. ✌🏼 Thanks for checking them out! 🙏🏼
Experiments in repeating squares in various rotation. Made with Python in drawbot. These viewports are only showing a portion of the whole artwork. I will look into showcasing the whole repeating patterns in some shape or form.
WordPress 3D logo study
Did some explorations in Cinema 4D to get a feel and to push our visual language.
In celebration of the new WordPress 5.0 release, I’m giving my site a new look! It’s using the latest and greatest Gutenberg-ready theme — Twenty Nineteen, designed by my talented Automattic co-workers and friends, Allan Cole and Kjell Reigstad. Pretty sleek! I am loving the flexibility of the block editor, and just how intuitive it is…
Computer, do my design work.
This is a piece I first wrote for Automattic’s Design Voice blog about the future of design and marketing: Imagine you step into your car for your morning commute, then the car starts driving itself. You realize you need to make a stop at the cell phone store, so you tell your car. You walk…
Lessons from Hong Kong
A piece I wrote based on my experience living in my hometown, Hong Kong, for a month after being away in America for years.
Playing in C4D
Experimenting in C4D and multipass compositing. Got some cool results with lofting some weird bezier curves and cloning them. Finished it off by rendering multiple passes off to Photoshop. Got some depth blurs and color correction in there.
Chronos | Art + Video
This is too cool. Great technique with the dance movement.
Next Gen TV Viewing
I was reading about the new boxee tv box on the Verge and it really got me thinking. I think the boxee is a cool idea with the “Free TV” antenna and cloud DVR features. However, with the emergence of broadband, there is still yet a technological breakthrough in the TV viewing experience: Sure, there…
The Sycamore Kitchen Cards!
So excited to see the Sycamore Kitchen business card I designed printed! It’s awesome to see the logo on the signage and packaging throughout the restaurant as well. I worked with Karen Hatfield to develop a new brand identity and business cards for her latest restaurant concept – The Sycamore Kitchen. It’s a casual restaurant…