Isohedral III by Tyler Hobbs is one of his many algorithmic computational art that uses the concept of randomness. In contrast to his other art, I think Isohedral III is most interesting because it is clear on how he uses randomness of shapes, patterns, and colors. For example, one can see how all the shapes such as spirals, circles, and radial lines have repetitions, but when they are put together in random ways, they create random tile shapes throughout. Unfortunately, Hobbs does not share his source code to the public. His artistic sensibilities are shown from his color arrangement; the way the overall color scheme changes from blue, to red, to green is eye popping, and complement each other very well.