I find the colorful trail that the blob leaves behind really satisfying! It kind of reminds me of the trail that old Windows XP computers would leave behind when they were not responding and you dragged the window around the screen!
Manolo Gamboa Naon
Link to project I really enjoy this project because it reminds me a lot of today… the first day of spring… Persian New Year! I see grass and flowers and beautiful lively color, and it makes me excited for warm weather.
I find this work of Sofia’s to be fascinating. It feels as if you’re looking at an old image, but what you’re actually looking at is fairly obscure. It’s a sort of uncanny plant life. It’s almost as if you’re looking at a historical image from a different world/universe.
I like this piece because I feel like I can look at it all day. The curves looks random, but there are certain order in them so that they could form circles. Zach Lieberman has three other pieces that are similar to this one.
I was intrigued by the scientific look of this piece. Although it was digitally generated, it has the look and feel of a medical diagram and looks to have the same complexity as something carefully crafted by a medical artist.
Zach Lieberman does beautiful things with color and here creates a generative work that feels like a material-rendering but simply using a number of moving radial gradients (like point lights). He posts many iterations/experiments on his instagram so you can really see how his techniques develop and grow more complex.