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computational art

lines x colors

An experiment in exploring lines and colors. This one is special in that I wanted to play with the different ways how an artwork could manifest in its various forms. From Python code in drawbot. To rendering into bitmap and vector. To animation in After Effects. To 3D spatial structural form in Cinema4D. Each has […]

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computational art

Artwork from Spring 2020

A collection of my artwork from Spring 2020

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computational art

Spring

Inspired by the amazing flowers and foliage in the spring, I’ve made some 3D art. I really wanted to experiment with how 3D and computational art can mix and match. I also am inspired by how nature created many of the mathematical patterns we see. The repeating patterns and loops that I make are many […]

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computational art motion graphics

Breathe

In this hectic world, it’s sometimes tough to remember to breathe. This is my reminder. I wanted to make something time-based to convey everybody is in a rush, going at various rates in motion. Breathe, friends. Namaste. 🙏

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computational art

Tunnel

As a further exploration of the tunnel piece, I wanted to explore how it could translate in the 3 dimensional space. Thought this iteration in Cinema 4D is a nice translation of the original. Animated piece:

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computational art

New computational artwork – Winter 2019

SOME NEWER WORKS FROM WINTER 2019 TO CLOSE OUT THE YEAR.

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computational art

Ballio Chan Computational Art Tee Shirt Capsule v0.1 Official Drop

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! […]

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computational art

New works – Summer 2019

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computational art

Recent graphics experiments in January and February of 2019

A collection of my recent graphic experiments in the past few months of 2019.

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computational art

Select computational design experiments