An abstract painting by a dog sold for $350. It struck me as an illustration of the difference between information and randomness in nature. The information in the natural world apparent to all who investigate it is the result of blind, random forces, according to evolutionists. The appearance of information doesn't imply a mind who created it. Creationists argue that information only comes from intelligent minds capable of intentionality Humans intuitively know the difference. That's why people will pay big bucks for abstact art and almost no one would buy a doggie painting, except for charitable purposes.
Though two abstract paintings, one by a human and the second by a doggie, may appear similar (especially to me) the first has something the second can't have: meaning and intentionality. The doggie is only capable of creating random strokes on a canvas and is conveying no design or meaning, no information. Art is what it is because of it's intrinsic value - the artist's intention. A doggie's painting can't be art because he just isn't capable of imparting that kind of information.
Because we intuititvely know the difference in the significance of information and randomness, when we come to nature we should be able to infer the mind behind the information we find.
If you want to respond that maybe the doggie does have design and meaning in his painting, then I encourage you to contact the seller because you're just the sucker they're looking for.