Existential Friday Newsletter

v33: An Alternative To Linear Goal Setting

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Generative Art

I’ve never been a big fan of traditional goal setting. A lot of that resistances comes about because goals can feel like a destination. Big goals are really made up of many small and intermediate goals along the way. Accomplishing those small and intermediate steps is frequently ignored because you’re busy starting at some big […]

Generative Art

Cubic Disarray in p5.js

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Cubic Disarray p5.js

George Nees was an early adopter of generative art and design.  Cubic Disarray is one of his better known works (per the Google).  It’s also a simple, yet satisfying, p5.js project.  This post walks through creating the basic version of Cubic Disarray, adds color, and shows a printed version of the image. The Basics: At […]

Existential Friday Newsletter

v32: Awareness and Change

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Generative Art Triangles

The end of the year is a natural transition and point for change. We associate it with starting over, a hard reset, and an opportunity to make things better. What we’re really doing is giving ourselves permission to make a change. At the same time, change is hard. As evidenced by the sea of failed […]