Joshua Davis (born 1971) is an artist in new media: specifically he developed HYPE.js with Branden Hall. Especially he is good at integrating his work with old traditional patterns from other countries.
One of the latest tweet, he mentions that “after enjoying creating full blown classes on skillshare and gumroad… I’ve shifted to smaller more digestible ideas on
@Patreon / I plan on diving into more in-depth/practical behaviors of using creative coding in your daily creative workflow.”
He writes that “Joshua Davis is a designer, technologist, author & artist using creative coding. Since 1995 I’ve used hardware and software to create algorithmic image making & animation.”at his site, https://www.patreon.com/joshuadavis.
234 Jefferson Ave
Mineola, New York 11501
e : studio @ joshuadavis.com
t : 1.516.417.3111
For a long time, I pin up the Desmond Paul Henry’s graphic art on my wall.
At that time, I did not know who, but I guessed that it was traced by a machine that was controlled by a software.
I did not know the author nor the process how this was created.
I liked this accurate curvelinear motion of the pen created organic form.
Desmond Paul Henry (1921–2004) used the machine below(en.wiki).
The “3N” computer pioneers:
Frieder Nake (b. 1938) German Mathematician/Computer scientist, and
A. Michael Noll (b.1939) American Engineer.
Fieder Nake presentation at Eyeo-2014 refers to Lilian Schwartz.