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Next time I break my arm I am getting this. You send in a copy of your x-ray and they send back a print for your cast.

X-Ray Vision...almost.

Next time I break my arm I am getting this. You send in a copy of your x-ray and they send back a print for your cast.

Gosia Wlodarczak   drawings on glass

Gosia Wlodarczak drawings on glass

"Fibre Columns / Romanesque Church". Materials: Nylon. Techniques: Toshiko Horiucchi, "Romanesque church", Musee Jean Lurcat de la tapisserie contemporaine, Angers, France.

"Fibre Columns / Romanesque Church". Materials: Nylon. Techniques: Toshiko Horiucchi, "Romanesque church", Musee Jean Lurcat de la tapisserie contemporaine, Angers, France.

Monika Grzymala, Berlin Studio | Yellowtrace.

Three Dimensional Drawings by Monika Grzymala.

Monika Grzymala, Berlin Studio | Yellowtrace.

Obras de Rafael Araujo (b1957) is a Venezuelan Artist who bases many pictures on the Fibinacci series.

Obras de Rafael Araujo (b1957) is a Venezuelan Artist who bases many pictures on the Fibinacci series.

"CALCULATION" DRAWINGS BY RAFAEL ARAUJO: Using only a pencil, ruler and protractor, Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo creates these beautiful renderings of the three dimensional space butterflies occupy and the mathematical spirals of sea shells.

"Calculation" Drawings by Rafael Araujo

"CALCULATION" DRAWINGS BY RAFAEL ARAUJO: Using only a pencil, ruler and protractor, Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo creates these beautiful renderings of the three dimensional space butterflies occupy and the mathematical spirals of sea shells.

Order out of Chaos by Santiago Ortiz / "Draw some random points on a piece of paper and join them up to make a random polygon. Find all the midpoints and connecting them up to give a new shape, and repeat. The resulting shape will get smaller and smaller, and will tend towards an ellipse!"

Order out of Chaos by Santiago Ortiz / "Draw some random points on a piece of paper and join them up to make a random polygon. Find all the midpoints and connecting them up to give a new shape, and repeat. The resulting shape will get smaller and smaller, and will tend towards an ellipse!"

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