Saemisch vs. Nimzowitsch, Copenhagen (1923)
In the world of chess, some games were brilliantly played to a point that can remain well known among chess players more than a century after they were played. These memorable games are often referred to as the "Immortal Games".
This art collection pays tribute to these immortal games. Each artwork is procedurally drawn based on the moves made by players in a specific game. Colors and strokes were randomized from a predefined set of styles so every work is uniquely generated.