# 10 Bit Lines

- Print Date
- Print Duration
- 56 minutes, 30 seconds
- Paper Size
- 223×211 mm
- Distance Drawn
- 25.86 m

A continued experiment into using binary numbers to generate a grid of completely unique elements. This design uses 10 optional lines per-item, using the binary representation of the numbers 0–1023 to generate all possible permutations.

Once all the permutations are generated, they are arranged using a custom sorting algorithm, to give a more “randomly organised” overview than would be achieved using the numbers in strict numerical order.

This style of work is a basic variation of the plots made by dutchplottr, who has a wide range of binary and ternary based designs.

## Pens used

### Windsor & Newton Fineliner

— 0.8mmBlack, Archival ink