He has a Youtube channel on which he takes random ideas and tries to code them on three.js in less than an hour (or some variance).
It's fun, he explains sometime complex systems in a simple manner, and the result is always interesting.
I've done a fair amount of little personal projects inspired by his and it's always a fun sunday morning project.
Plus he makes it fun to watch with the enthusiastic style that's almost contagious.
Thanks for the correction :)
It's an interesting topic. There has been a lot of generative art lately on the front page.
HN has been slow on new submissions from my semi-casual monitoring of the /newest queue over the last 48ish hours.
To help get more content to surface higher, hang out on https://news.ycombinator.com/newest as well. Sometimes a lot of good content never makes the front page just due to timing or more important / pressing submissions reaching the front.
I do sometimes go to the /new and find actually many fascinating articles which I sometimes think should gain more visibility. How an article eventually ends up on the front-page is a bit of a mystery to me and I think there's a lot of hidden factors involved for anything that is not hugely important news. If the article is good and interesting it has an advantage but the rest of it is just luck.