Daoloth, a deity in the so-called Cthulhu Mythos (named after the works of it's most influential writers, H. P. Lovecraft) appears in John Ramsey Campbell's story "The Render of the Veils" (1962). It is a very chaotic deity,
as is revealed by the description in the story:
"Not shapeless, but so complex that the eye could recognize no describable shape. There were hemispheres and shining metal, coupled by long plastic rods. The rods were of
a flat gray color, so that he could not make out which were nearer; they merged into a flat mass from which protruded individual cylinders. As he looked at it, he had a curious
feeling that eyes gleamed from between these rods; but wherever he glanced at the construction, he saw only the spaces between them."