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Yan Qin Weng  aka Loika is a designer from Sydney, Australia.... crss

Yan Qin Weng  aka Loika is a designer from Sydney, Australia. She graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a B. Design in Visual Communication and First Class Honours. I make sanctuaries for myself from the places in my head - mountain ranges, narrow alleyways, canopy shadows. If stories were air then I’d breathe my best with a pen in hand and a blank canvas in front. My highest passion is to draw, but I’m also fond of design, writing, coding and problem solving. I always try to put the best of myself in what I create so that I may love the work I produce. Follow her tumblr - @ andatsea   Images posted with the permission of the artist Make your blog look like a million dollars. Follow us on Tumblr ! posted by Margaret . crss

Yan Qin Weng  aka Loika is a designer from Sydney, Australia....

Yan Qin Weng  aka Loika is a designer from Sydney, Australia. She graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a B. Design in Visual Communication and First Class Honours. I make sanctuaries for myself from the places in my head - mountain ranges, narrow alleyways, canopy shadows. If stories were air then I’d breathe my best with a pen in hand and a blank canvas in front. My highest passion is to draw, but I’m also fond of design, writing, coding and problem solving. I always try to put the best of myself in what I create so that I may love the work I produce. Follow her tumblr - @ andatsea   Images posted with the permission of the artist Make your blog look like a million dollars. Follow us on Tumblr ! posted by Margaret .

Algorithm Portraits | Dimitris LadopoulosPortraits made using an...

Algorithm Portraits | Dimitris Ladopoulos Portraits made using an information visualization method called treemapping and a self-created algorithm. Kudos Dimitris! I have always been inspired by both the arts and technology, so I wanted to experiment and create a contemporary view of old masters’ paintings. Inspired by information visualization method called ‘treemapping’, I created an algorithm in Houdini that would do the subdivisions. The algorithm takes the original image, calculates the density of information and then subdivides it, based on a few user-controllable parameters. The result is a mosaic of rectangles that highlight the subtle changes in the color palette of the original. The more information there is the on the original, the more it is subdivided and thus the smaller the rectangle elements. The less information, the larger the rectangle area. You could say there is a similarity to the painters’ approach of using broader and finer strokes. Che

Algorithm Portraits | Dimitris LadopoulosPortraits made using an... crss

Algorithm Portraits | Dimitris Ladopoulos Portraits made using an information visualization method called treemapping and a self-created algorithm. Kudos Dimitris! I have always been inspired by both the arts and technology, so I wanted to experiment and create a contemporary view of old masters’ paintings. Inspired by information visualization method called ‘treemapping’, I created an algorithm in Houdini that would do the subdivisions. The algorithm takes the original image, calculates the density of information and then subdivides it, based on a few user-controllable parameters. The result is a mosaic of rectangles that highlight the subtle changes in the color palette of the original. The more information there is the on the original, the more it is subdivided and thus the smaller the rectangle elements. The less information, the larger the rectangle area. You could say there is a similarity to the painters’ approach of using broader and finer strokes. Che