Inspiration – Sacred Geometry

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The inspiration for my main project is sacred geometry. While working with perforated sheet metal, I noticed that two sheets with the same hole pattern creates interesting patterns when rotating in relation to each other. The resulting pattern is an array of dynamically changing hexagons.

Feature image credit: http://fractalenlightenment.com/12086/artwork/unveiling-the-mystics-of-sacred-geometry

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  • David Holliman
    May 4, 2016 12:42 pm

    I was first introduced to sacred geometry through the seed of life design. I’ve always been fascinated by mandalas and the end-result of combining different geometries. Speaking of mandalas, I wonder if they would work the same way with a moray effect? That could be another cool design consideration.

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  • Joseph Graff
    March 7, 2016 9:45 am

    As an admirer of geometry, both sacred and not, myself, I think this is magnificent inspiration for a project. Geometry is such a powerful tool, and I’m excited to see how you put it to use in your project.

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