A few weeks back I taught a workshop on generative graphics as part of a cross-disciplinary « semaine de tous les possibles » (week of possibilities) at the Geneva University of Art and Design. The workshop combined students from the Master Media Design and undergraduate students from Visual Communication. We worked mostly in the realm of print, introducing code into traditional book design and/or poster design. For example, the books were generated directly in Processing using the PDF Export library to generate multi-page booklets.

Les 100 mots les plus utilisés dans le petit livre rouge de Mao by Yann Anspach, Roger Guindon and Laetitia Sejmowski

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Whole generation by Pierre-Alain Schilling and Jakub Svehla

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Roue du Dharma by Kim Andenmatten, Amandine Baud and Annja Müller

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Alice by Emily Bonnet, Angela Cardona, Marta Revuelta and Marie Rossi

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Sisyphe by Lucas Bertinotti, Gention Cenko and Jimmy Roura

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Le livre rouge de Jung by Laura Couto Rosado, Patrick Donaldson and Camille Rattoni

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Kaleidoscope by Nadezda Suvorova

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stop_pattern_ornamentation by Julia-Garcia Skrenbneva

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Mapping by Camille Dedieu

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