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The salvation of design comes from experiment - it does not imitate a living space. - A Combined Quote from Lazlo Maholy-Nagy and El Lissitzky

Lazlo Lissitsky is a Processing sketch designed to create increasingly complex Bauhaus/Modernist/Swiss Modern style compositions. Developed from an open source sketch from open processing, Lazlo has become a very complicated body of spaghetti code that somehow magically works and evokes mid-20th century design. The names of the files are a running joke about the very ordinary uses that modernist design was used for. Admittedly, some was in museums - but so much good design went into Penguin book covers for non-fiction, into posters for committees and conferences, into the boring everyday.

With each wave of Lazlo designs the program evolves a little bit and uses new methods, new code, new patterns.

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Lazlo Lissitsky is a generative modernist project drawing on Suprematism, the Bauhaus, and Swiss Modern graphic design. The synthetic artist that created these works is a mashup of László Moholy-Nagy and El Lissitzky, and the works are titled after fictional books/pamphlets/albums that Lazlo Lissitsky designed covers for circa 1919-1999. This project was released in 7 waves, and pronounced complete at 383 works.
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Lazlo Lissitsky - Mute That Tomato, An Oral History of Horticultural Home Recordings, Monty Donaldson, 1988

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The salvation of design comes from experiment - it does not imitate a living space. - A Combined Quote from Lazlo Maholy-Nagy and El Lissitzky

Lazlo Lissitsky is a Processing sketch designed to create increasingly complex Bauhaus/Modernist/Swiss Modern style compositions. Developed from an open source sketch from open processing, Lazlo has become a very complicated body of spaghetti code that somehow magically works and evokes mid-20th century design. The names of the files are a running joke about the very ordinary uses that modernist design was used for. Admittedly, some was in museums - but so much good design went into Penguin book covers for non-fiction, into posters for committees and conferences, into the boring everyday.

With each wave of Lazlo designs the program evolves a little bit and uses new methods, new code, new patterns.

vertical_splitAbout Lazlo Lissitskyexpand_more
Lazlo Lissitsky is a generative modernist project drawing on Suprematism, the Bauhaus, and Swiss Modern graphic design. The synthetic artist that created these works is a mashup of László Moholy-Nagy and El Lissitzky, and the works are titled after fictional books/pamphlets/albums that Lazlo Lissitsky designed covers for circa 1919-1999. This project was released in 7 waves, and pronounced complete at 383 works.
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