Continuing pattern exploration.
Digital Harmony by John Whitney (1980). John Whitney was a pioneer of computer graphics, most famously working with Saul Bass on the titles for Vertigo. This is a great book that talks about ways to “make art as music sounds” and includes essays together with code.
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