Some time ago I wrote a shader at Shadertoy, based on one fractal image that I published in fractalforums.com, that later was removed by the forum's admin because Google was going to tag his site as "adult only" for the safesearch filter. That amazed me, because we are talking about a pure "raw" fractal, a direct representation of the results of a recursive math formula. The result wasn't even something I was looking for, but it appeared to me when playing with formulas and coloring methods. Off course I tried to find the best way to represent what it's supposed to be there, not in the way that you aim for a target and use "modelated" math formulas for trying to achieve the desired result. I only used the right colors and gradient scale.
Lately, this animated version of my original image, the shader, was featured in some blogs, and spread over twitter and other social networks, claiming that it is the first NSFW (not safe for work) fractal ever. Suddenly it became the most popular shader on Shadertoy (the one with more views from people outside the site), and now it has more than 50000 views and growing... I never thought this was going to happen, and is not that I'm specially proud of it, I found it very funny actually.
I don't remember well, but I think I uploaded here on DA the original image before and then I took it down, but anyway I decided to upload it now that it had so much attention. The actual image is a full screen capture of the Shadertoy rendering.
This is the link if you want to see the shader in action, and inspect the code: www.shadertoy.com/view/4dsGWB
And this is a Vice's Motherboard blog entry about it: motherboard.vice.com/blog/frac…