This little peaceful morph contains a visual lesson. The shape in the beginning is pretty fundamental to fractal art, and it’s known as a hypertile. It’s responsible for a lot of kalideoscopic visuals, and it can be twisted and mirrored into lots of helpful configurations. What I show here is how easy it is to shift from a very structured shape like a hypertile into a something appearing more organic. With just a little bit of twisting and tweaking a few parameters, we get the kinds of textures you might find in the clouds, in powders, and in stones. Simple rules in chaotic aggregation underlie the beauty of the natural world around us!