Grasshopper has made it possible for someone with no experience with computer programming, like myself, to use intuitive logic to decipher designs I run across while traversing the internet. Here are some examples:
Fun replicating some Bridget Riley work.
Asanoha (麻の葉) is a traditional Japanese pattern, one of many I've recently become interested in replicating.
Based on a post on one of my favorite Tumblrs, otakugangsta.com (otakugangsta.com/post/112351561365). Download the definition here.
Another otakugangsta.com image (otakugangsta.com/post/122354976235). Definition here.
Source: weissesrauschen.tumblr.com/post/114153795034, definition here.