Maybe the nicest of all tilings is the regular tiling with hexagons. A seamless fit and exciting at the same time. I had to make a decision about how to put them in order. The solution is to stagger them. This was the first plot where I put the “bytes”(hexagons) in random order. My good friend and artist Marten Hazelaar suggested that. It creates a field of hexagons where no hexagon is the same. It is pleasing to the eye. Also check the ones with three extra lines that make them look like cubes.
8 bits hexagons, in sequence (nr. 0301)

 8 bits so 2^{8} = 256 hexagons
 Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper A4.
 Black pigmented fineliner
 In sequence from the top left to the bottom right
 Dimensions: 14x16cm (5.5″x6.3″)
 Also possible
 Different dimensions (smaller than 20x20cm)
 Shuffled (see next one)
 white, silver, gold or bronze on black paper (maximum 6 bits, so 64 hexagons)
8 bits hexagons,shuffled (nr. 0302)
 8 bits so 2^{8} = 256 hexagons
 Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper A4.
 Black pigmented fineliner
 Shuffled, all hexagons are different
 Dimensions: 16x19cm (6.3″x7.5″)
6 bits hexagons, shuffled, gold on black (nr. 0303)
 6 bits so 2^{6} = 64 hexagons
 Plotted on black paper.
 Golden paint fineliner
 Shuffled, all hexagons are different
 Dimensions: 16x19cm (6.3″x7.5″)
8 bits hexagons, 3D, in sequence, black on white (nr. 0304)
 8 bits so 2^{8} = 256 hexagons
 Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper A4.
 Black pigmented fineliner
 In sequence from the top left to the bottom right (column wise)
 3D effect because of three lines from the middle to the side
 Dimensions: 23x20cm (9.1″x7.9″)
8 bits hexagons, 3D, shuffled, black on white (nr. 0305)

 8 bits so 2^{8} = 256 hexagons
 Plotted on CANSON® XL® Bristol Bristolpaper A4.
 Black pigmented fineliner
 In sequence from the top left to the bottom right (column wise)
 3D effect because of three lines from the middle to the side
 Dimensions: 23x20cm (9.1″x7.9″)
Timelapse of the plotting: