Monday, December 10, 2012

Generative Asemic Writing from Lukasz Grabun

They say imitation is the sincerest for of flattery. It all
originates from this:,
which is a processing sketch and  concept for my very own asemic
machine (without looking to the original code, believe it or
not); a set of circles, each of them rotating independently. In my
version I add as many circles as I can think of, with the
last one marking the path it follows, it somehow -- though it is
bound by its strict mathematical definition --  resembles  fluid
human writing.

Further studies are to follow: concentric asemics (as per attached),
asemics in color, areas filled with tiny asemic writing, asemics
symmetric with respect to a selected point and whatever else comes to
the mind of the author.

The script itself awaits to be cleaned and polished. Its current
version does not deserve to be let loose to the public; once it's
available, you will be the first one to know.

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