Those who have been following me for some time now will know that I am a big fan of generative art: art created through computers, mathematics, and algorithms.
Several years back, my now wife bought me my first piece for my promotion, by Marcus Volz.
And several years after that, I made my own attempt at a second generative art piece, again inspired by the work of Marcus on what he dubbed Metropolis.
Now, our living room got a third addition in terms of the generative art, this time by Nicholas Rougeux.
Nicholas I bumped into on twitter, triggered by his collection of “Lunar Landscapes” (my own interpretation).
Nicholas was hesistant to sell me a piece and insisted that this series was not finished yet.
Yet, I already found it wonderful and lovely to look at and after begging Nicholas to sell us one of his early pieces, I sent it over to ixxi to have it printed and hanged it on our wall above our dinner table.
If you’re interested in Nicholas’ work, have a look at c82.net