Weird Faces

is an generative art project. An algorithm creates an infinite collection of fun looking sketched faces.

Humans can’t draw circles, or other perfectly geometric forms … “Computers are great at drawing circles—perfection is guaranteed—but they could never create an intricate watercolor New Yorker cover. Computers can’t sketch or improvise, can they? Weird Faces Study is a JavaScript project by Matthias Dörfelt that challenges preconceived notions of computer-generated graphics. It’s an infinite collection of silly, sketched faces, drawn by a computer. Charmingly imperfect. Amusingly improvised. Each unique visage would be at home in a sketchbook, yet was produced by software.” – via fastcodesign

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Hi, I am an art director based in Berlin, Germany. I'm always searching for visual stunning or conceptually interesting pieces of art.

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