### Penrose Triangle Stock Vectors, Images & Vector Art

Find penrose triangle stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection. Thousands of new, high-quality pictures added every day.

### b.fuller

Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.

### the infinite fragmented datawaves of oXane

Sketch - Jan by hapticdata Processing sketch, You can play with this sketch at www.haptic-data.com/sketches/momentum_wheel.html

### 紙パック式掃除機 | デザイン | Jコンセプト | Panasonic

「布で巻く」というデザインイメージから生れたJコンセプトの掃除機。そのデザインの様々な魅力についてデザイナーの言葉をもとにご紹介します。

### DAILY MINIMAL

#AU15-320 A new geometric design every day

### Sacred Geometry Art

Amazing work by Decah - Facebook Check out the new work posted at https://www.facebook.com/SacredGeometryArtists

### Sacred Geometry 3

Metatron's Cube Metatron's cube and artistic variations on it like this one, contain complex sacred geometries, like the five platonic solids, opening the doorways of the mind to underlying natural symmetries. Though the form's roots may be ancient, the Metatron's cube still finds relevance in spiritual symbolism today. A hexagon is created by Metatron's cube, and this polygon can also be found in naturally occurring phenomena, such as the Giant's Causeway in Ireland, honeycombs, beta quartz…

### spirals

A blog on interesting topics in recreational mathematics, including useful resources for math teachers, students, and enthusiasts.

The most foundational pattern of energy flow in the universe if that of the Torus with the angles and proportions of the compression of the space curling toward stillness (singularity) in the center being expressed by Phi - 1:1.618 - the Golden Ratio in Fibonacci number scalar spiral field patterning... -Nassim Haramein

### cesar reyes | dpr-barcelona

Buckminster Fuller, Ford rotonde du dôme, 1953

Illustration of Vogel's formula of the pattern of sunflower florets (see article) for n=1 to 500, using the polar coordinates equations r = c \sqrt{n} and \theta = n \times 137.5^{\circ} (where 137.5° is 55/144 of a circular angle, and 55 and 144 are both Fibonacci numbers -- the exact angle should technically be 360/((sqrt(5)+1)/2)+1), or 137.507764...). Can be produced using the following MATLAB code: