Creative Coding Every Day: Genuary 2022

Every Spring for the past few years I’ve been teaching a course on Creative Coding for graphic designers. Planning for the course and supporting students typically involves a lot of learning and experimentation on my part. This year, to get myself into a creative work flow and stretch myself, I’m taking on the Genuary 2022 prompts from http://genuary.art/.

I am incredibly proud of the work I’ve created this month! I don’t love everything I’ve made, but…

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Graphic & Interactive Designer, Assistant Professor of Instruction at Tyler School of Art and Architecture

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Jenny B Kowalski

Jenny B Kowalski

Graphic & Interactive Designer, Assistant Professor of Instruction at Tyler School of Art and Architecture

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