These are some old prints that I made for an exhibition called Ishihara, back in 2008. They’re created using a tool I built called Rotator, which degrades vector drawings as they are printed to a bitmap, whilst following the path of a random wander. I found them on an old hard drive and thought I’d share.
On reflection, the morphing shapes mixed with simple line drawings remind me of James Paterson’s work over at presstube or Victor Taba’s animations (but not as good as either). I’ll see if the hard drive has the Rotator AIR app these were made with on there somewhere too, it could be fun to play around with adding some colour and using more complicated vectors.