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Hi! My name is George Michael Brower.
I make images, music and software.About

mosCells — Software developed in collaboration with MOS architecture group.

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Rhythm Game — A music game with a projected interface.

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Finger Wag Applet
Sass, parametrically derived.
Origami

A tool for lettering.

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Girl Talk — Posters for a concert at UCLA, in collaboration with Corinna Loo and James Turner.

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Hey

A meme engineered in conspiracy with Alex Brady.

Campus Events Commission
Miscellaneous print work.

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Date of Birth
Poster series investigating the circumstances of one's birth.

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Hhhaaeeh~!


A song where I run out of breath.

Anamorphic Type

A tool for creating typographic structures.

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Global Cultural Futures


Discussion platform for researchers investigating the effects of globalization on developing cultures.

Willem Augustus

Portfolio website for print designers Henri Lucas and Davey Whitcraft.

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No More Lies

An especially empowered woman tells her dead-beat husband to get lost.

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8bit-collective

Community website for chiptune musicians.

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Anamorphic Type Engine. A two dimensional image is “dissected,” its parts extruded on the z-axis. The size of the parts is a function of their position on the z-axis, so that from a given point, the image appears to be sitting on a two-dimensional plane.

The structures are conceived as hanging sculptures. The image above shows what a given “plot,” or the application’s output, might look like. Each piece of the structure is tethered to the ceiling by two wires. The application can produce an image of the ceiling showing the point at which each wire should be connected. A to-scale blueprint of the entire composition also dictates the length of each given wire.

More Anamorphic Type on Vimeo


The editing environment allows users to manipulate the position of pieces, as well as the the “focal point” that the illusion respects. As users drag pieces back and forth along the z-axis, their scale is automatically compensated to maintain the anamorphic illusion.