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Moon Viewing Pavillion by Michael Smithson (Australia),, — from memory of visit to Japan.

The lattice in the upper panel is done using the Artlandia function NaturalArray for spacing and line-thickness; the stones are based on the CA stones example in the Artlandia Guide; and the reflection-like image in the lowest panel uses the Artlandia function Displace on a lattice of points with increasing row-displacement towards the bottom of the lattice. The ripple-like patterns in all three panels are generated by the density plot of a polynomial sine function. In a print-run, all of the random functions are executed for every print so each print is unique.

Generative Design Project by Michele-Victoria Harvey and Kevin Lemay, supervised by Dr. Fred E. Szabo (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada).

Existing textile (left) and reproduction made with Mathematica and Artlandia (right). Download a PowerPoint presentation (6 MB) or a QT movie (24 MB).

Half-leather book binding by Wolfhard Friedrich, Hannover, Germany, the author of the Wallpaper Group Atlas.

Graphics exported from Mathematica/Artlandia in PDF format. Printed in A3 size on HP1100C inkjet printer. Protective coating by a fixative spray.

Polygonal Chase
Author: Olivier Gerard (,
winner of the first Artlandia Kaleidoscope contest.

Round Dance

By Olivier Gerard

From Artlandia: Cool tools for algorithmic aesthetics by Flip Phillips.

Cool Fox

A Kaleidoscope pattern
by Dani Trew, 9,
the youngest Artlandia user.

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