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Beyond the Code with Lionel Radisson

Journey through the fast-paced world we inhabit and explore the dynamic spaces we navigate daily through the code of Lionel Radisson also known as Makio135 in 'Faster Than Light’. Inspired by the constant motion and exploration inherent in our lives, each loop captures the essence of our perpetual journey...

Papi

Q&A with @StudioYorktown

-Tell us a bit about your background in the creative industry and how you have become a creative coder and get involved with NFTs?  My creative journey began when graduating in architecture and subsequently working as a concept renderer. This experience allowed me to develop a strong foundation in design...

Quincy

Q&A with Quincy: What separates the good from great gen artists?

To me, I think practicing/collecting generative art is fun because the artist has two sides of thing going 1. The technical side of coding. 2. The artistic skills or artistry as you want to see in “artist”, to create timeless beautiful art and trigger your senses etc. First the...

Papi

Vera Molnár

Born in 1924, Vera Molnár has always had a focus on minimalism, numbers, and creating systematic ways in which she creates art- often creating pre-defined rule sets according to which she transposed shapes. She called the method her “machine imaginaire.” Molnár’s breakthrough came in 1968 when she finally got...

Papi

Intro to Generative Art through the eyes of Quincy

As many of you may know, my main focus of collecting has been abstract art. I started collecting digital abstract art around October 2021 and had been aggressive on the genre until early 2022. Once I got comfy with my collection and the genre, I started to look at something...

Papi

Further Dive into Technicals of "Long Form"

To recap a key point from last post: “generative art” basically refers to work that is created by a system with some level of autonomy; or in current context, it means art programmed using a computer that intentionally introduces randomness as part of its creation process. So a generative artist...

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