One of the Many Faces of Go
The beauty of Go can be addressed from different directions, you can read much about different ways around the web.
From a computer graphicist point of view there is a small extra one: since games are typically played in board as large as 19x19, and at the end of the game each square can be either black, white or empty, in which case, in turn, is either "controlled" by black or white anyway (ignoring "dames", no-man lands, which can be optionally filled at the end of the game). Now, aren't they pixel? Yes they are, they are four valued, two bit pixel. And the images that appear are indeed beautiful. Go rules assure that black and white will mix in interesting ways.
Like fore example:
Take for the example the last board.
As a 19x19 Pixel image is ,
which enlarged it looks like you can see below, which in turn is a nice fractal-like thing.