This reminds me of my teenaged distractions with geometric art while my eyes glazed over during grade 10 math class.
Looks to be a very interesting book. Thanks to Acid Free Pulp for bringing this to our attention.
“By itself, a geometric construction is a stark, black-and-white array of lines and circles. But add color to it, and it can become an exquisite work or art.”
After a tiresome evening out a few years ago, I, along with a few other sleepy souls, was stuck on a subway train platform in the middle of the night. There was something fishy going on in the subway and everything was at a standstill. The man next to me told me he was the artist-in-residence at the Bowery Poetry Club. He gave me the exhibition’s promotional card and the next morning I looked him up. The artist† was a professor of mathematics who used his knowledge to produce math-inspired artwork. Except for the drawings of MC Escher, I had never really taken into account the role math could take in visual art.
This anecdote is what brought me to Beautiful Geometry…
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