The pattern (the colorshape) is a mathematical function — an inverse square.
The “method yield” shows a hidden image (some assembly required).
We can say that the image is unnatural (the product derived is not self-assembled, although I did assemble the derivative myself in the pursuit of its naturally aesthetic value, which is, again, a square of the function).
The image derived was already there (it was always there, inversely squared, in the form of a probability, in the futures now), hidden in the apparently random pattern (the naturally creative aesthetic, which includes the curiosity) of its existence.
(See The Added Identity, by griffith lighton, published on WordPress.)