I can't help but look at a Mark Rothko painting from the Multiform series and see layouts for a data entry form, but that doesn't mean it would be an appropriate source of inspiration.
Are there any elements of these designs that could be applied to help with layout for functionality? Could it be the proportions, locations of the blocks, or color choice (Draws your attention to important areas.).
Would there be any benefits to the fuzzy/blurred borders?
I can appreciate the proportions, but I'd like to know if there is any design theory at work here that could be applied to UX.
Edit: This article talks about Divine Proportion. I was thinking along these lines to see if there was some other principle at work in these paintings that are also used in UX. Here are some links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:%27Magenta,_Black,_Green_on_Orange%27,_oil_on_canvas_painting_by_Mark_Rothko,_1947,_Museum_of_Modern_Art.jpg
I would embed pictures of No 10, but I don't know about the copyright issues.