Wisteria is my first long-form generative art project. The generated images feel chaotic and digital up close, but with more distance, structures emerge and the works get a painterly organic quality.
I sell these images as high quality prints. Each edition is unique and will be sold and printed only once. Below you will find this month's selection of outputs that are available for sale.
~ Richard Boeser
Every month I select 24 editions. Each one will be sold only once. Once ordered I get it printed and will ship it to you.
This is an open edition. There is no maximum number of editions that will be sold. Prints will be numbered in the order that they are sold. Currently at #28.
Below is the current selection.
Every print costs 250 Euro excluding shipping.
Shipping costs: worldwide 25 Euro, Europe 15 Euro, Germany 7 Euro. Let me know if you happen to live in Berlin and I will try to deliver it in person.
For shipping the print will be rolled up and properly protected inside a cardboard box.
A 50.8 x 76.2 cm. (20 x 30 inch) high quality inkjet print on HahneMühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper.
Each print is numbered and signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
The print doesn't come with a frame. I recommend getting the work framed and put behind glass.
To order one of the works send me an email at email@example.com and mention the number of the work. From there we'll sort everything.
Getting your order printed takes between one and two weeks. Shipping depends on your location and I can't give any guarantees for how long that will take.
If you have any questions or specific wishes, let's say you want to order 3 works that fit well together or you'd love a very pink or dark or colorful one, just send me an email and I'll do my best to make that work.
Randomness is an important part of this process. Many of the parameters have a random component. The colors get picked from a base palette defined by me, but are then allowed to change and mix. The structures emerge from underlying noise patterns that are different every time.
Every time I run the program a unique image is created.
My name is Richard Boeser. I work as a generative artist and independent game designer. Originally from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, I now live in Berlin, Germany.
After studying industrial design I developed myself as an independent game designer releasing several games. More recently I have found a new direction in my practice as a generative artist exploring coding as a means of creative expression.
For an overview of my work, visit richardboeser.com.