A generated space for your browser and walls.
The Generated Space is a gallery of procedural and generative art which encompasses a wide variety of techniques and methods. It was created by the wonderful developer and artist Kjetil Golid.
In Kjetil’s own words:
It presents a wide range of different generative algorithms; from organic flow fields and particle systems to rigid fractals and grammar-based shapes. Some more serious than others.
The variety of generative art is really astounding, with creations taking inspiration from a wide range of diverse origins and sources.
From artists such as Jackson Pollock:
Engineer and Mathemetician Oliver Byrne:
Exploring different generative algorithms and ideas, like Cellular Automata:
A lot of new bells and whistles on my Hatch Automata client-thing!⚡️ Now able to generate a wider variety of patterns and structures: https://t.co/D8FQscZpE6 Create something cool and press 'p' to download it!👩🎨 (non-mobile browser recommended) pic.twitter.com/X4x9peqzdr— Kjetil Golid (@kGolid) January 7, 2020
As well as amazing studies of isometric forms and shapes, creating wonderfully complex structures:
Countless cubic contraptions. pic.twitter.com/2kaJyHE0Jh— Kjetil Golid (@kGolid) August 12, 2019
The Generated Space wouldn’t be complete without a shop, where work can be generated once and printed on textured paper. You can buy your own perfectly unique piece of art.
Kjetil has generously made a lot of his works open-source, and has abstracted and exposed some of the useful pieces, such as the palette collection that keep the Generated Space popping with delightful color.