If you’re not familiar with the concept of Generative Art, I highly suggest reading about it here.
In brief: I write algorithms that combine shapes, lines, and points with colors, math, geometry, and randomness to create unique artworks.
Each series has its custom algorithm that defines a set of common rules and traits for all the artworks generated.
Every time an algorithm runs, it will output a one of a kind image based on a random seed.
You can imagine the algorithm as a blueprint for life, and the random seed as its DNA.
Although every algorithm can potentially generate infinite images, I typically “retire” them after handpicking a selected number of artworks1.
This means no other image will be ever generated, printed, or sold from that algorithm.
Open Editions Series are a notable exception: their algorithms may generate countless artwork at multiple times without being retired.
This means that if you purchase an artwork based on an Open Edition Series, a unique, custom image will be printed for you.
Note: you will see the artwork only upon receiving it, and there’s a strict no return policy.
Most of my artworks are done using Processing, although I try new languages and software often.
Here are a few resources that helped me starting:
No, I don’t share my (messy) code. Anyhow, if you’re interested in how a particular series or effect was achieved, feel free to ask, and I will do my best to explain the magic.
No, all the images are as the algorithm generated them. No manipulation of any kind is done.
All the artworks are printed using archival quality papers & inks. My preferred paper is Hahnemühle Photo Rag (308 gsm), thanks to his matte light texture that gives a three-dimensional depth to prints.
Each print has a 2cm (~0.8in) white margin.
No, all the artworks are sold unframed, I suggest anyhow to use a minimal frame, possibly dark.
Yes, within 14 days of receiving the artwork.
The artwork, to be eligible for a return, must be returned in the same conditions as you received it.
Initial order’s shipping costs are non-refundable, and you will be liable for paying the return’s shipping costs.
Just contact me, and we will sort it out2.