Elements within an assortment that are similar to each other are perceived as a group. This can be achieved by form
, texture or even motion
Generate a box with something on its corners.
Generate multiple elements based on the same rules.
Creates a rster of circles. one circle is "prägnant".
The law of similarity on action. Elements that are similar in size or shape are seen as a group. Uses nested loops
Network of Molecules
A network interconnected of molecules.
Grid with growing weight of Lines.
Similarity by Hue and Size
This creates random similarities between ellipses by varying their size and color.
Random crackling circles with similar color ranges.
Generate random circles with one simple loop. Break at the width of the canvas.
John Venn's Randomness
This sketch shows the visual representation of randomness by John Venn
Different size of Circles and their interaction show Space and Volume.
Items that are similar tend to be grouped together.
Subtractive Color Model
CMYK interaction built RGB + Black.
How motion leads to perceived similarity.
Elements of same speed towards the same direction are seen as a group.
Topolade is a sketch created by Jonas Köpfer in the seminar Eingabe/Ausgabe.
A classic example for the "Law of Similarity".