The link in the title goes to an image I created entirely of QR codes--those 2D barcode-like images that are often used to link to websites. QR codes can also be used to encode other things, like phone numbers, email addresses, map coordinates, and just plain text. I used that last option to encode my Fractal Art Manifesto, by breaking it up into 63 little pieces. Each piece was then encoded and the blocks arranged into a 9 × 7 grid. QR codes are typically black on white, but that's not required. So, I tweaked the "black" in each square to give a sense of how to read the image: Start with the blue in the upper left corner and spiral in to the black in the middle and back out to the red in the lower right.

Seemed like a good idea at the time.