Because the weekend isn’t minting season at fxhash, this gives me the opportunity to revisit older collections. Going forward, I’ll likely include new collections Mon-Fri and older collections on the weekend.
I love these retro impressionist habitable zones. I can’t decide if these are outgoing messages emanating from a civilization…or life pods tethered to an exoplanet as they venture out into the unknown. Either way, this design provokes the imagination makes you wonder about extraterrestrial life.
This is a very educational piece. When I think about generative art, sometimes tools and techniques are necessary to produce a certain effect. But thinking about the rules are far more important. Every generative piece is constrained by a set of rules. This collection illustrates how a simple set of rules can produce dramatically different effects.
Another design that very much reminds me of Marble Madness. The vertical columns shift up and down to create topographic patterns in a pleasing isometric grid. I like the diversity of patterns created from edition to edition. Some pieces feel rigid and exact, other pieces feel curvy and mountainous.
The animation really makes this piece shine. These soothing curves slowly shift up and down. Each curve is defined by thousands of tiny sand-like dots. As the curves shift, the dots along each curve move at different rates. This creates an effect that sort of reminds me of sand on the beach. I’d love to see this piece in a digital frame.