I had a chance to interview Ken Knowlton in his studio in NJ about his working process. Actually, I thought it would be an interview but I wound up not having to ask any questions once we got started.
Ken Knowlton is an artist and pioneer of computer graphics — one of the first people to program raster graphics, a member of the Bell Labs, a participant in Cybernetic Serendipity exhibition in 1968, and a master of the mosiac form. More at wikipedia. I am collaborating with him, as well as Mark Setteducati and Tenyo, on a toy called Jigazo that’s out in Japan (and the second version is coming out for the tokyo toy show, in a few weeks).