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Matt Pearson is an artist, coder, and award-winning blogger based in Brighton, UK. His popular blog https://zenbullets.com/ recently won "best blog" at the DiMAS awards. Matt is also the creative force behind the 100 Abandoned Artworks Generative Art project https://abandonedart.org/, where you can see many examples of his work.
I really enjoyed reading this book, and I hope you do too.
After that the book deepens your understanding and teaches you some of the more complex and beautiful algorithms used in GenArt.
As someone that was not completely new to processing, but wanted to get more into generative art, this book was perfect.
Nice to find a book like this. May become a collector's item, since art will go in this direction.Published 1 month ago by Lisa R.
Most artistic approach to teaching Processing that I used. Was very pleased with the examples, and the level of interaction.Published 14 months ago by Mitch Torbert
This thin book purports to give you a whirlwind tour of generative art and the Processing language. The introductory essays are alright conceptually, and kind of act as padding for... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Wantus
Found this book great for learning Processing. Was inspired by how simply the author was able to write programs that generate beautiful designs.Published 16 months ago by Philly Filly
Without doubt an excellent book, but not for the complete beginner. The beginner will be confused with the lack of explanations as to why things are so and the code jumps to... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Hugh Ekeberg
This book is the ideal approach to generative art. At the same time it is very inspiring also for people who already know about generative art. Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by Daniele
Not the typical book with examples, great for a introduction to generative art, easy to read, great author and sometimes funny.Published on April 17, 2013 by Tiber