de_g3Nerat*r (Degenerator) is another web experiment by me not unlike my grad project "UNDATA". This time I am looking at randomly generated images, CSS, and HTML as site content, function and look. In this modern world we are bombarded with so many beautiful images and fluffy comments about those beautiful images. Why does something have to look "nice" to get positive feedback? Let's make the computer (the most unbiased of them all) generate this new anti-"nice" aesthetic, and let's call it de_g3Nerat*r. Come on computer, show us your creative power! Trs progressif, non? Refresh this page for more artwork.

de_g3Nerat*r v.1.2 by Vaughn Royko. Surprisingly XHTML 1.0 Strict Validated.

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