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Tag Archives: Escher
Lattice Labyrinth Tessellations for Apple’s Steve Jobs – a cryptic iPhone cover design?
So far as Apple’s logo is concerned, it can be any colour so long as it’s black, to paraphrase Henry Ford. One colour makes it difficult to shade the tiles of a tessellation, so I’ve had to borrow some other … Continue reading
Lattice Labyrinth Tilings and Pavings: An Image Gallery
The thumbnailed gallery below is a handy summary of images included in the various posts of the Lattice Labyrinths blog and has now been copied as a page of the blog. In the course of time that page will tend … Continue reading
Posted in Architectural Realisations, Birthday labyrinths, Birthyear Labyrinths, Chinese Labyrinths, Dart Labyrinths, Diamond Labyrinths, Honeycomb Labyrinths, Japanese Labyrinths, National Labyrinths, Olympic Labyrinths, Sepentine Labyrinths, Serpentine Labyrinths, Star Labyrinths, Trefoil Labyrinths
Tagged Alhambra, Escher, gaussian primes., Irrgarten, Laberinto, Labirinto, labyrinths, Maze, number pairs, Pecs, Polyomino, Polyominoes, rightangled triangle, Tessellations, tiling
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Celebrating April Weddings , Two Wedding Anniversary Labyrinths, April 13th and April 26th
Back to pretty pictures, but with some of the skeletal structure of the tessellations shown. ( Scarthin Books, my some days job, is in the middle of a crowdfunding exercise to Prop up the Shop, its over a mile of … Continue reading
Eine kleine Mathmusik : From Lattice Labyrinths via √1 to Pythagorean Triples
Since starting this blog I have made a point of “following” twitter accounts maintained by passionate mathematics teachers and many have paid me the complement of following me in return. It is time I thanked them/you for this complement by … Continue reading
Posted in Chinese Labyrinths, Mathematics, Serpentine Labyrinths
Tagged Alhambra, Bridges Pecs, Eine kleine Mathmusik, Eine kleine Nachtmusik, Escher, gaussian primes., mazes, number pairs, Pythagorean triples, Rachel W Hall, right angled triangle, rightangled triangle, sums of squares, Tessellations, tiling
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A Birthday Tessellation for Radio Derby’s tireless Jacqui White
Jacqui was so eager to be born that she chose a date, June 18th, made up not only of two EVEN numbers but of two numbers also divisible by 3, (18,6). Though the latter divisor means that a Honeycomb Lattice … Continue reading
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Tagged BBC, Bridges 2014, Delia Smith, Derby, Escher, Honeycomb, labyrinth, Lattice, Maze, Paul McCartney, Radio Derby, tessellation
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A Birthday Labyrinth for BBC Radio Derby, Hurrarch for March 18th.
As an occasional “Loudmouth” on Sally Pepper’s BBC Radio Derby morning show, it’s time I put my tessellation where my loudmouth is, so here is a design for Sally and for everyone else born on 18th. March, Honeycomb Lattice Labyrinth … Continue reading
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Tagged BBC, Bridges 2014, Derby, Escher, 광복절, Frank Morgan, Gwancheon, labyrinth, Lattice, makoto Nakamura, Maze, Minhyong Kim, Paul Gailiunas, Pepper., Radio Derby, tessellation, Trefoil
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A Thank You to Bridges 2014, Gwacheon Museum, Seoul and 광복절
A big thank you from Delegate Dave to the Bridges Organisation and all those connected with the Gwacheon National Museum of Science and others in the stunning city of Seoul who did so much to make Bridges 2014 such a memorable … Continue reading
A Lattice Labyrinth for two Olivers
1983 is not on the list of possibles for a Lattice Labyrinth based on the square lattice. It is a number divisible by 3, which makes it impossible for a Trefoil Labyrinth but a candidate for a Labyrinth based on … Continue reading
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Tagged Alhambra, Birth year, Escher, Honeycomb, labyrinth, labyrinths, Lattice, lattice labyrinth, Loeschian, mazes, Polyiamond, Polyomino, tessellation, tiling
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A New Year’s Labyrinth for Rosie
Here’s Trefoil Lattice Labyrinth (44,1). Just six supertiles are shown, each comprised of 1981 equilateral triangles. This is yet another strikingly handsome tessellation, displaying a strong family likeness to other (e,1) cases, such as (42,1) with an 1807triangle supertile illustrated … Continue reading
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Tagged 1981, Alhambra, Escher, labyrinth, Polyiamond, Polyomino, Recreational Mathematics, tessellation
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Tessellating a Getting on a Bit Birthdate
A CHRISTMAS POST. After too many equations and figures and too much jargon in recent posts, here’s a Lattice Labyrinth for the birth cohort of 1944. I think it’s also the first Honeycomb Lattice Labyrinth I’ve posted – and the … Continue reading
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Tagged 1944, Alhambra, Escher, labyrinth, Polyiamond, Polyomino, Recreational Mathematics, tessellation, tiling
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