Daniel Brown is a highly talented designer, programmer and artist, who has worked for an impressive client list including Selfridges & Co, Le Printemps Paris, Mulberry, Victoria & Albert Museum, Conran Architects, Nick Knight Studio, Sony and Dazed and Confused. Part of Brown’s work is in generative animation where patterns grow, develop and mutate within a set of programmed rules. In an exhibition at the V&A called Decode, Brown was commissioned to create a three-story high generative flower work. The petals of the flowers are generated textures derived from works from the museum archive including William Morris textiles and Kimono fabrics. You can see more of Daniel Brown’s highly creative work at danielbrowns.com and his company play-create.com.