Deskriptiv, currently located in Bad Wurzach, Germany bases his digital art and pattern designs on generative methods. Generative design, or procedural design, is a switch from a product oriented thinking to a process oriented way of working. Enjoy the collection below of generative designs for today's design inspiration.
"Processes that produce shapes are a central theme of my work.” — Deskriptiv
A simple algorithm for the creation of complex symmetrical closed 2-manifolds.
A simple yet controllable process for growing structures.
Mesh generation from a particle system with scattered vortices on lattices.
Spherical iterations and emerging symmetrys.
Evading and overlaying tubes on a mesh.
Patches of parameterized spheres varied and iterated with corresponding informational graphics.
Meshed point clouds from iterated function Systems with non-linear functions combined with simple objects.
Thin bridges over slices of a noise field.
Shape grammar with additional connectivity.
Twisted sweeps on displaced lines.