Onformative bring online discussions back into the 4010-Store by developing a data visualisation generated from all their Facebook posts.
Two pieces below by Raven Kwok (Guo Ruiwen) explore recursive and transforming hexagon and triangle.
Latest by Justin Windle is this ‘Super Recursion Toy’ created using Canvas. He writes: Revisiting one of my favorite topics – recursion. This canvas based tool allows you to explore branching algorithms & rendering techniques, as well as save a snapshot of your creations. It’s also open source, which is always nice…
‘Nebel Wald’, meaning Cloud Forest is a series of generative trees created by Holger Lippmann. Berlin born who lived and studied in paris, new york now lives and works in Berlin, represented by the berlin based [DAM] gallery, in London by nous and by the edition gallery lumas. deep inside i’m a painter and i always was. […]