Art

This Artist Makes Endless Blooms With Mathematics

No matter what your eyes tell you, John Edmark's sculptures aren't moving of their own accord. It's just that every time you spin one and look at it under a rapid strobe light, it appears to morph and change shape before your eyes. It's thanks to Erdmark's method—he uses the golden ratio to make his spirals, and in doing so he's discovered a mathematical pattern seen often in nature.

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Creating The Never-Ending Bloom

Written by Curiosity Staff April 28, 2017

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