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If you are even remotely interested in Lindenmayer Systems or LOGO or such, you might find ContextFree a fascinating program to play around with.

From the site:
'Chris Coyne created a small language for design grammars. These grammars are sets of non-deterministic rules to produce images. The images are surprisingly beautiful, often from very simple grammars.

Chris' program was a command line program for unix-like systems. We couldn't wait to play with creating our own images, but we wanted a full graphical environment for exploring them. Hence, Context Free, an environment for editing and rendering CFDG design grammars.'

If you don't want to download and install it, you can also try it out