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"Mitered Fractal Tree I," by Koos Verhoeff and Anton Bakker. "Mitered Fractal Tree constructed from a beam with a rectangular cross section in the ratio 1:√2. No two branches point in the same direction. The result is an awe inspiring organic structure that is both highly structured and chaotic."

Bridging the Gap Between Math and Art [Slide Show]: Scientific American Slideshows

awesome tree!

code golf - Create a fractal tree - Programming Puzzles & Code .

Funny pictures about Why Not? Oh, and cool pics about Why Not? Also, Why Not?

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Erik Söderberg. Fractal Experience.  Personal project 2011. Humans and nature seemingly differentiates in a fundamental way.  Human beings appears to prefer strict geometric design while nature flow in a chaotic, organic way.  When investigating further one realize that nature follows certain highly advanced patterns and that we humans from time to time prefer the organic flow - rather then the well defined, controlled and organized.

Why do humans tend to prefer strict geometric design when nature seems to flow in a chaotic and organic way? "Fractal Experience" Visual Arts, Illustration, Photo Manipulation by Erik Söderberg (Uppsala, Sweden).

The head of Romanesco broccoli is a striking example of an approximate fractal in nature

The head of Romanesco broccoli is a striking example of an approximate fractal in nature. (i love fractals in nature.

Proof that everything was designed and didn't just come to be.

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Sacred-Geometry-Golden-Ratio-Spiral-of-Life-Nature-Fibonacci-Sunflower-whorl-Craft-Group-Weaving-CastleofCostaMesa.

Fractal Art - Jellyfish thing by FractalEuphoria

✺☆ Fractales ☆✺ Fractal Art - Jellyfish thing by FractalEuphoria

One Fractal in a Circle of Logical Thought.  Pictures can deceive as well as instruct. The brain highlights what it imagines as patterns; it disregards contradictory information. Human nature yearns to see order and hierarchy in the world. It will invent it where it cannot find it. Mankind's Logic's Formulas help us invent the picture.

In the Mind of the Fractal King - "Interview" with Mandelbrot

Museum of Mathematics, NYC: This monkey pattern is a tessellation, covering the plane with no overlaps and no gaps. Each hexagon's center is a 6-fold symmetry point, the corners are 3-fold symmetry points and the midpoint of each edge a 2-fold symmetry point. The area of 6 monkeys exactly equals the are aof 1 hexagon! #Museum_of_Math #Tessellation

Museum of Mathematics, NYC: This monkey pattern is a tessellation, covering the plane with no overlaps and no gaps. Each hexagon's center is a symmetry point, the corners are symmetry points and the midpoint of each edge a symmetry point.

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