Programming Posters 2019

Published by Tim on Sunday October 18, 2020

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:07

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The second season of my “Programming Posters”-project is the refined continuation of the previous one. It is the result of heavy experimentation with the creative model of the previous project and builds a conceptual foundation for my upcoming course at Fachhochschule Dortmund.

Since i have worked with abstract vector-graphics in the previous edition of “Programming Posters”, this project aims to explore the possibilities of working with images in a creative coding–context.

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