Created by Julien Léonard, the following are what he refers to as a combination of electronic lace, algae to Indian plankton. These are also results of XRVG, a vector graphic programming environment based on the Ruby language.
XRVG stands for "eXtended Ruby Vector Graphics". The purpose of the project is to define and implement a high-level and powerful programming environment for vector graphics generation. XRVG does not consist in "yet another" graphical front end to draw vector graphics. XRVG even does not produce images by itself. XRVG must rather be viewed as an abstract and computational way of designing graphics by programmatic means (see philosophy for further discussion).