“HTML/CSS drawing in the style of an 18th-century oil painting.” https://github.com/cyanharlow/purecss-francine 😮 😭 👏
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Elijah Meeks did this last year, and provide lots of good insights and discussions around the data viz industry
Hey @serely. The idea is to 1) produce a text based analysis and 2) use result parameters of the analysis to determine features of the artwork.
The works of Nicholas Rougeux (https://www.c82.net/) or Stefanie Posavec (however, clearly *not* computer generated but representing the idea: www.stefanieposavec.com/writing-without-words/) are great examples...
I'll probably collect my examples in a short post soon and will let you know once that's done.
to expand a little: a designer friend would like to create artwork for magazine articles generatively, basing the resulting artwork on text characteristics.
this one might make it into your 'explorable explanations' drawer: http://waveforms.surge.sh/waveforms-intro. Really nicely taught...
Hello all and many thanks @scott for setting this up! This is great! although I'm not sure what to do with 500 characters?
I make visual things with data and I write about D3 and visualization (portfolio and blog: http://www.datamake.io/ or book: https://www.packtpub.com/web-development/learning-d3js-4-mapping-second-edition).
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