The daisy vase project is a honest search for beauty and driven by desire of creation. It reflects the contemporary spirit of ubiquitous overflow.
The daisy vase project creates unique designs which most probably would not been created with any other design method and therefore donates new forms and objects to the world.
The daisy vase project is explorative and it is in the nature of explorations that there are surprises. Many generated vases
were not within the author's imagination at the time of programming the generator.
A surprising discovery is that the top view on some vases show floral designs. This is unintentional and a consequence of geometric constraints.
The daisy vase project raises many questions such as 'Is there objectivity in beauty?' and 'What is good taste?'. Is beauty universial and eternal and does taste dependend on contemporary spirit and cultural background or on the person?
Is creation only a question of chance and selection and who is the creator, the person who wrote the program or the person who clicked the create-button or perhaps the computer?