The generative art above is one of six pieces in the series, ffttfftt by creative coder Manolo Gamboa Naon from Argentina. Naon uses programming and randomness in geometric patterns (in this case, circles and rectangles), textures, and overloading to create series of generative art that share similar vibes, but differ in the specific position, size, and color of each element. I think it’s cool how despite being random, this piece seems fairly ordered and in harmony. If you don’t look carefully, the six pieces in the series look almost identical! I also like the color palette of this piece and how Naon uses mostly the three primary colors in higher saturation for the larger top-layer elements, and more pale colors for the background layer.