1/4 of 2017 Favorites

I haven't done a monthly favorites in a very long time. Instead of doing a monthly one, I thought about doing a quarter of the year one. In case you want to check some of my old monthly favorites, you can search through my Month's Favorites category. 1. Favorite Quote. I have found lots of great... Continue Reading →

Colorful Numbers

This month most be the art related month for me because I have found another great art related project which I wanted to talk about. This time I have the French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux with the installation Forest of Numbers. The artist transformed the space into a rainbow forest composed of more than 60,000 rainbow colored... Continue Reading →

Zadora and Escher

Haven't posted art and maths related things for a while, but I have discovered this great images from Math - Update and I had to search for more information about them. You know about my love for Escher's art and I was extremely excited when I found out about this artists who made interior design and monumental... Continue Reading →

Great Math in “Doctor Strange”

I finally had the time to go and watch the movie Doctor Strange and I was mesmerized by the special effects they used and how they used some great mathematical techniques there. When I say this, it doesn't refer to just some random geometrical patterns, but at great interesting fractals (Mandlebrot sets) and some of Escher's art... Continue Reading →

My Last Shopping Day

I have never wrote a post like this, but I thought it is the right time to this because in the past month (especially during my October holiday) I have bought quite a lot of interesting maths related items, which I think you would be interested to know about. Expect a couple of books!!! During... Continue Reading →

Different Circles

I have not posted about an artist in a long time and I thought I should search for something new. So, I found this Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo of Novastructura, who released a series of generative digital “sculptures” that depicted carefully organized pebbles and rocks on a flat plane.  The series of sculptures is titled Stone... Continue Reading →

Codex Silenda : the Book of Puzzles

You know I have been trying to keep you up to date to great Kickstarter projects which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them. This time I have a great puzzle book to present. Codex Silenda: the Book of Puzzles is a five page puzzle... Continue Reading →

Geometry & Art

During my stay in Romania this summer, just before the wedding, I was nicely walking randomly on the streets of my home town when I discover some interesting drawings just outside an art exhibition. From far away it looked like some random colors on a piece of paper, but when I got closer I was... Continue Reading →

Sliceform

I have recently discovered another interesting combination of mathematics and art: sliceform. In general, we call a sliceform a 3D shape, which is assembled from flat slices, forming some sort of grid structure. The ones that I have seen on the internet and made out of paper or card board, and rarely metal or plastic. Now with... Continue Reading →

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