Seeds is an annual zine about making things that make things: generative software, procedural content generation, all kinds of randomness and unpredictable processes in games, art and other culture. We want you to write for us - tell us about something you made, something you saw that inspired you, or something you've learned about that you want to share with others. Just send us some words and a few pictures, and our amazing editor Jupiter Hadley will put it together into another beautiful issue.
Seeds accepts two types of submission:
Articles up to 800 words in length, with optional images for illustration.
Image spreads of up to 5 images of outputs from generative systems.
If you'd like to submit something, click here to find our submission form. The deadline for submissions to Seeds Issue 4 is August 31st, which we are unlikely to extend as we need time to edit the issue. We are hoping to have the issue edited and released in time for PROCJAM 2019, sometime in November.
Background image from Martin O'Leary's article, A Year of Daily Generative Sketches.