Flowers that don’t necessitate water or sunlight? Digital artist and interaction designer, Daniel Brown, grows flowers from bundles of code. His roses, orchids, and immaterial blooms are computer-crafted creations generated by the manipulation of digital plant genomes. These fantastical flowers grow on screen in real-time, documented by a camera run via matrix manipulation. Brown’s visionary designs have been commissioned by Art Fund’s RENEW program at the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum and the BBC Climate Change website.