Existential Friday Newsletter

v63: Generative Art Series 6 of 13 . . . Sort and Simplify

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Kona Big Island Hawaii Beach Generative Abstract Art

I’ve never been particularly interested in drawing pictures of real things. For whatever reason, attempting to mirror reality feels stifling and stressful. I prefer Abstract Art because it evolves organically and provides a way to see things differently. Abstract art frequently develops without a specific destination. You might start of with a direction, idea, or […]

Existential Friday Newsletter

v55: What it means to ship

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Dunedin Florida Honeymoon Island

I’ve been writing these weekly posts for the past year or so. Each post takes between 3 and 5 hours to complete. That time doesn’t include the internet wandering that becomes Miscellany because that’s a little more organic. If you do the math (and I have), 3 to 5 hours a week means I’ve probably […]