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Tag Archives: Tilman Zitzmann
And For The Mathematician Who Has Everything
I don’t mean to sound ungrateful, but as a mathematician, I’ve been on the receiving end of one too many wellintentioned protractor cases and Πthemed pie plates. And I’ll concede, if you are anything like me, it is likely a … Continue reading
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Tagged Fibonacci Clock, geometry daily, Math Art, Michael Rubinstein, Tilman Zitzmann
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A Tasty Geometric Morsel Every Day
I don’t remember how I first found Geometry Daily. Probably through Twitter. Every day German graphic designer Tilman Zitzmann posts a “new minimal geometric composition.” It’s not exactly a math blog, but I think many mathematicians will, like me, find … Continue reading
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Tagged design, geometry, geometry daily, mathematical art, minimal design, Tilman Zitzmann
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