# Latest Posts

• Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Generative posters based on song titles from on of my favorite ambient records Selected Ambient Works 85-92. These grew out of modifications to the previous Bauhaus exhibition style posters. These use a pure grid system of symbols that are meant to look a bit wavy and “circuit-ey”.
• AoC Heightmap
Part of my solution for Advent of Code 21 Day 9 – a Jupyter / Python notebook to create a graphic from the height data that was provided. The solution required this map and I thought a graphic of it might be fun to create.
• Curve-Stitching the Cardioid Using Python
Recently I came across a copy of an journal called the mathematics teacher from December of 1978. It is full of interesting math and computer related classroom ideas. This particular issue had an article titled Curves-Stitching the Cardioid and Related Curves. These types of images were something you would have seen at that time in… Read More »Curve-Stitching the Cardioid Using Python
• Bauhaus Sketches
Bauhaus inspired geometric designs created using generative code in Python/Processing. These images were created using a set of rules along with random positing and colours for the elements. Colours were chosen from previously created palettes. Titles were generated from the palette name.
• Music by the Numbers
Music by the Numbers by Eli Maor – cover recreated using Processing and Python. Processings makes drawing the graphic very simple – create a function, loop and translate. Code available as a Gist – needs the Google Fonts as well in order to run. Done quickly – could be cleaned up.
• OEIS A265326
Plot of OEIS A265326 in Python / p5 “And what does the graph look like? It’s amazing. It’s a series of parallelograms – aligned along the x-axis.” I created a plot of OEIS A265326 after watching Neil Sloane onÂ Numberphile. The series is composed of the primes written in base 2, then reversed and subtracted from… Read More »OEIS A265326