Type:  Personal Project
Medium:  Generative Art
Software: STIIL Generator
Outputs:  Raster Images

The Gaze is an art project consisting of 10 generative artworks produced from 10 iconic paintings, by using my new generative graphics tool STIIL Generator, which is open to use for everyone here, on my website: 

With this collection, I desired to illustrate the tool's capabilities, mainly the latest update (0.33) with which you can apply a mask while processing the image.

April — May 2022

Type:  Digital Art
Medium:  Raster Images
Software:  Photoshop / Illustrator
Outputs:  5000x5000 px

Bubble°Bauhaus is a personal art project where plain geometric forms of Bauhaus meet with highly popular Y2K aesthetics.

The era of the 2000s means a lot to me, because in 2001 I first discovered the magic of Photoshop while studying at the computer academy, knowing nothing about computer graphics and design in general.

Thanks to Photoshop I got into the world of art. 

December 2021 — January 2022

Type:  Generative Art
Medium:  Vector / Raster Images
Software:  Custom Script / Analog Efex Pro
Outputs:  Various (3000 to 6000 px) 

The main idea of this project is to demonstrate the advantages of a generative approach, which makes it easier for the artist to find diverse creative results in the process of creating art.

The images here were created using custom-designed software which relies on the interaction between artist and algorithm, using SVG elements created by the artist as base elements, while the algorithm generates the output using a range of different functions and methods.

The resulting SVG file image was processed through various filters using Analog Efex Pro to achieve a more dramatic effect.

Check out full collection of images on Behance:



Type:  Digital Art
Medium:  Vector / Raster Images
Software:  Illustrator
Outputs:  4800x4800 px 

Genetically Tailored Humans — is a series of abstract visuals about the author's personal view on the future of genetic modification technology, and how it might affect tomorrow's humans.

“CRISPR Sequence” image has been featured in an article on Wired magazine.

Raster formats are available for personal and commercial licenses on Adobe Stock.