A Grid, in the SITO sense of the term, is a collaborative effort shared by several image-makers to create an image made by a systematic accumulation
of adjacent squares. Each square on a Grid is thematically and chromatically based on the squares next to it. The continuity can be dazzling.
Grids can take a few hours to a few days to complete, depending on
how dedicated and how quick the participants are at turning out
pieces. Some grids never reach completion.
Here you'll find the original grid projects which eventually spawned
mega-projects like HyGrid and
Gridcosm. Grids have been taken into
three dimensions on SITO with the Cube
- Grid Gallery
The first six grids created during live SITO sessions.
- Reader Grid
A 5x5 grid created for the cover of Omaha, Nebraska's Reader magazine for the issue which featured an article about SITO.
- Mondo 2000 Grid
A 5x5 for Mondo 2000. Never got published, but it's pretty.