One of the best things about working at Kadenze is getting to see the incredible art our members create. We like to share the love with a monthly post of some of the most creative student work from the site. Here are our top picks from October.


Abner Zhung

 

Tunes first. Abner submitted this creative composition for Sound Production in Ableton Live.

Bob van Hoove

Here’s a sample from a fantastic interactive demo of fractal drawing in p5.js. Click through to try it out.

Kaitlin Wiebe

Kaitlin Wiebe
From F. T. Marinetti’s Manifesto of Futurism

This work by Kaitlin Wiebe was submitted for Graphic Design History, which asked students to work with text from the Futurist Manifesto.

Laura Bearl

Laura Bearl

One of our favorite submissions for Comics: Art in Relationship. Click through for Laura’s Instagram, or click here for her artist’s site.

David (Jhave) Johnston

David made this poem generator for Creative Applications of Deep Learning with TensorFlow. Check out his site for more poetry.


Want to see more? Check out the rest on the Student Life page. Maybe you’ll see your work featured in November!