William Abraham Blaze, of Abstractdynamics.org is absolutely on fire at the moment. His wrmx series is wondrous stuff (latest here). A truly original aesthetic, entirely web i.e. making a virtue of giffy dithering and lossy jpg artefacts, folding and recombining elements back in on itself, layering and layer-blending, making the process implicit within the art. It's raw and intelligent.
This isn't about pixellated infantilism, neo-baroque, undesign, illustration, or any of the other graphic design memes du jour - but something entirely fresh, and true to its medium. As he says:
"Its all in the photoshop, and getting it to do things its not supposed to. Lots of exporting, reimporting and layering."
(I'm very fond of this approach myself having built lots in that way in the past - also using mistakes and bugs as part of the process. Introducing aleoteric technique. Rarely as well as Abe tho') Next to that comment, from this post, is a link ... and so I stepped into the middle of this - an incredible graphic narrative flow. Click thru it.
He's inspired me - along with Chris Miller's current Illustrated Ulysses project (latest here) - to start posting up a bit more 'art' (in the loosest possible definition of that word!) including some old stuff lost in the uncharted waters of this hard disk. There be dragons. Check Blaze's stuff out though. Smokin' (that's enough fire gags. Ed.)