Hi, my name is Brian Foo. I am a programmer, artist, and joy evangelist. I think art should be more accessible, inter-personal, and impactful. I write about art and coding. Please shoot me a message. Here are some things I'm working on:

You Drawing You is a portrait experiment that imagines people as computer algorithms drawing portraits of themselves. Each portrait's drawing algorithm is designed to embody the unique personality of the subject.

Cities of You envisions people as imaginary places using words and paintings. The project raised $11K on Kickstarter to produce a self-published book.

Continuous City is an art project and book that explores alternative landscapes and topographies for New York City. It has been featured in The Atlantic, Curbed, Untapped Cities, Laughing Squid, published in Visual Families, and raised over $19K on Kickstarter.

Small People Love You More is an illustrated blog that enumerates all the loving benefits of being small.


Tiny projects, future projects, or failed projects that don't have a home elsewhere

Convert your memories into a subway map in a tool called The Memory Underground. You can also read a blog post about the process.

A wall of fish created by those who visited my apartment between 2008 and 2014 View the wall.

Peel back the paint of New York City walls using Google Street view View the post, featured on Curbed and Gizmodo.

Contact me at hello@brianfoo.com. Follow me on Facebook and occasionally on Twitter.