Digital was a student-curated workshop and lecture series at Syracuse University’s School of Architecture. Each of the workshops or lectures were focused on digital form-making or computational architectural representation like 3D rendering, collage, and animation. As a result of the subject matter, these calendar posters were scripted using Processing, a visual programming language developed at MIT. It seemed appropriate to create each calendar poster from a digital means, allowing for alterations and iterations generated by repeatedly running the script. Each of the calendars are unique and abstractly represent the subject matter of the series.