Even if you're not mathematically-minded, you have to admire the seemingly infinite beauty of code. Now, thanks to a new collaboration between online fashion pioneers Print All Over Me and code art proliferation powerhouse the Processing Foundation, you can wear designs created by seminal digital artists and technologists—and even use technology specially created for the collab to create generative artwork on select fashions.
PAOM x Processing have teamed up to bring you designs from software art pioneer, LIA, and data-loving Cambridge art, design, and technology studio (and past Creators favorites), Sosolimited. Says Print All Over Me, "These artists created interactive processing pieces, allowing users to interact with the technology and create generative artwork printed on select PAOM silhouettes. [...] This is the first step in our plan to allow anyone to create algorithmic or software driven designs that users can interact with to create their own patterns for clothing." In addition, 30% of sales go to the Processing Foundation, ensuring that the most-loved code art platform in the world, now in its third version, will continue to grow and thrive in their mission to "empower people of all interests and backgrounds to learn how to program, so as to facilitate a sophisticated way of thinking about and creating media at a time when such knowledge is crucial."
Check out some of the designs below, and click here to start creating your own custom creations using the PAOM x Processing coding language.
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