🎨Random Mondrian Art Generator🎨
Most minimalist modern art appears random, so why not make it truly random (fine, pseudorandom)? This code randomly generates work of art in the style of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian (see more of his art on Google).
Here is one of the originals:
This is a work my mondrian art generator made!
There is a visible difference and you can tell that this work was not an original. But to me they still look visibly appealing.
Try making your own art by clicking this link > https://Mondrian-art.ieatpython.repl.co
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Actually, Mondrain's works are not random, but they follow certain rules found in nature. Studies were shown that people can actually distinguish real ones from fakes simply because the real one was more appealing, despite being the same size and using the same colors.
Very cool. What gave you the idea? Are you a fan of Mondrian art?
@themaka I actually find Mondrian art kind of dumb. Seeing it is so simple and nothing stands out about it. So I thought I could automate this art and generate art simmlar to it and the originals.
I think this is an interesting coding problem, but I don't think you understand the original idea as fully as you think you do.
Your version is a complete grid with randomly colored cells. Every single line goes edge to edge – both horizontal and vertical.
In the original Mondrian example, only one line of 18 traverses the entire workspace. That means almost every line finishes in a 'T-intersection' (about 30 by my rough count) that gives it tension and energy. To me, that's a pretty fundamental difference.
That's not to say you couldn't build that idea into an update to your code. Sounds like an interesting challenge.
Maybe increase the maximum complexity of the shapes and the ratio of colors to white?
Otherwise it's good.
Have an upvote.