The Coral Cup’s texture is grown in a simulation of reaction-diffusion, a model of pattern formation that’s been used to explain the stripes of zebras and spots on fish n-e-r-v-o-u-s.com/shop/product #mastoart

Design for a vacation home by our architecture studio .

A llama in Times Square, photographed by Inge Morath for Life magazine. t.co/xUdNHfs9CU

My exploring sexual violence in India and the systemic dysfunction of the Indian justice system is the running for an @infobeautyaward. If you have a minute to spare I'd appreciate your vote bit.ly/2CHm1zr

I've been doing some Voronoi Stippling experiments today, including the rare inverted stippling, and decoupling of resolution and ink coverage. Also a rudimentary webcam capture. Check it out at beta.observablehq.com/@jobleon

@vvvv goes @nytimes "... millions of photographs, printed programs and audio and video recordings, each one digitized, microcrunched and algorithmically activated to play in abstract form across the building’s dynamic metal surface." #vvvv #madewithvvvv #vl #visualprogramming #programming #creativecoding #projectionmapping #waltdisney #wdch #gehry

nytimes.com/2018/09/14/arts/de

some of the original notes on Conway's game of life, written out on a typewriter. they are so beautiful and endearing.

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