Our resident artist Okazz intertwines gen art with pop illustrations, which culminated in his magnum opus: KUMALEON. The base motif for the character is a bear, whose outer shell changes like a chameleon to different gen art skins.
KUMALEON has gradually changed from its inception to its current form, and in a way is still evolving. Fun fact: the name “KUMALEON” was given by Okazz’s friend and fellow gen artist,
Okazz’s experiments fusing Pop Art with Generative Art, is heavily influenced by Japanese manga and anime. This gives him a color that is seldom seen in the creative coding scene, and makes his style stand out from the field.
These are some of the illustrations that Okazz has done in the past as practices. You can see how Okazz, who was originally neither an engineer nor an artist, has cultivated his self-taught style in his earliest days.
“THE DAY WHEN POP ART MEETS GENERATIVE ART”
Okazz will continue to surprise and inspire us by creating both pop and generative art. We as a team will strive to incorporate diverse influences, to create artwork that has never been seen before.