Data Art is created through the use of Data Science by experimenting with mathematical formulas and data algorithms to generate art, specifically using code scripts created in R. For this set of design I also took some inspiration from AWS DeepRacer for the overall racing theme. You can read my introductory post on Math Art […]Read More Maurer Roses and AWS DeepRacer Inspired Generative Art
For today’s graphic design experimentation we are following on the Original Icelandic Horses Mood Board created in the previous post and we going to look at Duotone Effects. I will provide a Mood Board for the duotone image at the end of the post. All images in this post are free to use for your […]Read More Duotone Effect & Free Mood Boards: Iceland Horses
For the last year or so I have been investigating ways in which to create art from mathematical formula and data algorithms. I started off with simple golden spirals and got hooked on how to code and generate other types of artsy visuals using data. Check out my Phyllotatic Spirals It has been captivating to […]Read More Mandala Dragonfly Data Art & Free Mood Board
On the 2nd of February 2020 I made my first sale on my aRtVerse store! I am so stoked that someone liked my Nebula Data Dreamcathcer so much that they would not only buy a product, but a wearable one at that! They say that people were their identities on their T-shirt as a showcase […]Read More aRtVerse First Sale | Data Art @ Teepublic!
Impact Event |Flaming & Radioactive Inferno Asteroid Blue Green Black A design inspired by the mysteries of space and collision between astronomical objects, created with specially generated genetic data in R studio using polygon density plots in ggplot2. The initial plot compared the linear relationship of expression levels between two gene sets in RNA data. […]Read More Data Art: Impact Event Radioactive Inferno Asteroid