Flower pictures generated by computer code, by Daniel Brown
These beautiful digital flower animations have been created using computer code and have won awards fro artist Daniel Brown.
Two different mathematical formulas create the pictures. The first generates the shape of the flowers, the second decides their colour and patterns.
The flowers appear as "never-ending" digital animations when displayed on a screen linked to a computer. But you can request a still version too.
Time-lapse computer programs normally used for making video games, show the flowers seeming to "grow" on screen.
Daniel says it would take two to three weeks to create each artwork if he dedicated himself to them all the time.
The Flowers series has been exhibited at the London Design Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum. More recently Dundee's D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum commissioned this piece.
Daniel's also done projects for Lady Gaga, Sony PlayStation, MTV and Hello Kitty.
Daniel says he never intended to specialise in flowers - he only experimented with them to begin with to get used to the software.
Apple's head of design Jony Ive has previously complimented the work. "It is technically innovative and emotionally engaging, but also gives us an extraordinary amount of freedom in the way we experience it," he said.
Check out these beautiful computer-generated flowers. London-based artist Daniel Brown has been creating them for 10 years. "It started off as a demonstration of computer programs," he tells the BBC. "What I found was that people were mesmerised by them."