June 3, 2008
A collaboration with Emily Gobeille, we designed a poster series for young children that would combine elements of mathematics,
algorithm, story and design. Children spend a lot of time looking at the posters/paintings on their walls so we thought it
would be nice to make something to feed their brain.
I built a series of tools to programatically create graphics which Emily would use as building blocks for the worlds she designed.
Some of the origins are quite clear to see, like the vectorfield fish (above), but others like computer vision from the
elevation map of the moon are much more subtle.
The project was commissioned for the excellent Servicio Ejecutivo gallery, see project page here.
All the software was built with the latest version of openFrameworks.
See more images here: phttp://zanyparade.com/v8/projects.php?id=17.
A limited edition of posters will be printed and for sale soon.
( to reply to a comment, click the reply link next to the comment )