Random Number is a curatorial platform that specializes in promoting emerging artists through curated exhibitions, commissions, collaborative opportunities, and the production of multimedia installations and other artworks. Now, Christina Vassallo, who founded Random Number in 2007, provides an opportunity for artists to expand their repertoire through artwork editioning processes with Random Number Multiples.
The experimental series debuts with two silk screened New York Times visualizations by Jer Thorp and two abstract compositions by Marius Watz. Both artists use custom software as their medium, and have created prints in which their hands are evident by applying digital processes to an analog printing technology. The prints are available in a limited edition of 50 pieces per design on Random Number.
I love how the generative design translates to the physical output. I definitely recommend to get your hands on one of these if you can. So, get ’em while they last!