Faster and slightly less stupid.

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Low Complexity Artwork appeared on HN last month. It struck me as being particularly clever and elegant, with a very iconic form. In the paper, the author mentions how hard it was to produce the drawings. Part of me thought "Fractal-ish forms are hard for people to manipulate, but are a good fit for genetic algorithms." But no compact representation immediately came to mind, so it got dropped. A few days ago it showed up on Proggit, and this time my subconscious had an answer prepared. Pulled an all nighter whipping it up, code is at the bottom.

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