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I started working on this Protest-Art game when we went into lock-down for covid. When feds started intercepting medical supplies purchased by states and hospitals, I had to express my anger and frustration and poured that into Smash-a-rona.


What’s Privacy Preserving Proximity Tracing? and I made a visual explainer. Why do we need it? How would it work? What are the risks? →



Attend EuroVis 2020 online and freely! Started today with workshops. Watch talks on Youtube, access open papers on EG, and discuss with speakers + attendees on Discord.


Getting ready to make my protest-art game public. Look out for the orange blob! It bounces around and steals meds. If you want a sneak peek, let me know and I'll send you the password. Friendly eyes would be much appreciated.

The algorithm in today's drawing is very calming to me, while I'm drawing it. Needing extra calming today...and most days, recently.

Thinking about families and individuals sheltering in place, and how we're all still connected, while working on today's drawing.

Did a limited run of prints (40 only) of my "Quiralta's Queen of Hearts"🐱

Was testing papers/print options for a bit.

These are on mate 11x8.5in 12pt paper, they are actually neat! (if I may say so myself).🙃

If you would like to grab one they are only $10usd, free usa shipping. Just DM me for full details, passing the word is always a huge support too!🙏

Today's drawing gave me it's name as I was finishing it: "Fractal ghosts face their killer". Yes, the orange blob is who you think it is.

After yesterday's accidental smear, I decided to intentionally play with smearing the ink in today's drawing.

It took me longer to get to an early-beta version than I expected, but I'm now giving Smash-a-rona early access to all of my Patreon supporters.

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Early access to my Smash-a-rona (still in beta), for my Patreon supporters:

taking part in and Irene Dittrich's virtual opening of their Digital Participation and Inclusion Lab at, a research group at the interface between digital technologies and media, social work and education. congrats and best of luck!

hey everyone, my PyCon 2020 tutorial session is now online: and contains, well, pretty much everything I know about phonetics, machine learning and meter/rhyme/sound symbolism in poetry. tutorial code and notebooks here:

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