THE HOME OF GENERATIVE ART
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A collaboration between Generative Hut and Vetro Editions, "A.R.E - Augmented Reality Exhibition" features the very best of generative art.
Featuring artworks from 31 international artists, A.R.E is like no other art book.
Each page includes a key that unlocks a digital animation via a free app, bringing the artworks to life using augmented reality.
Generative art is defined as being an artwork that has been created with the use of an autonomous system , like an algorithm, computer code, or a custom piece of hardware. The artwork itself is as much the final result as the program used to create it.
There are many different forms of generative art, though one of the most popular is called ‘pen plotter’ art. Plotter artwork is generally very geometric, making heavy use of shapes, patterns and lines. Popular pen plotters include the Axidraw or the Line-Us and can print on paper or other surfaces.
We test and review the most relevant pen plotters in the market, from beginner drawing robots to pro gear so that you can find the most appropriate tools for your practice.
And because plotter art is all about the pen, ink, and paper combinations, we share our favorites alongside tips for getting the best results.