Penrose

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Description:

Penrose tiling uses quadrilaterals called the "kite" and "dart", which may be combined to make a rhombus. However, the matching rules prohibit such a combination. Both the kite and dart are composed of two triangles, called Robinson triangles.


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Sina Bozorgvar
2021/06/15

🔥🔥🔥🔥

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Maxime Yao
2021/04/13

Could you have a look at some of my artwork to see if you are interested?

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Gerdana Neis
2021/04/03

Awesome!

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This is hard to look away from!

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Kintsugi
(owner)
2021/03/28

Listed for sale and accepting offers on Penrose #12.
Please email [email protected]
Thank you!

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MEDICI
(owner)
2021/03/26

Thank You so much , did not know that this concept was originated by the father of the impossible figure
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Reutersvärd

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Enlightening
(owner)
2021/03/26

An art using the Penrose system 'impossible triangle' first designed by Swedish artist Reutersvard

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MEDICI
(owner)
2021/03/26

Thank You Olivier It is quite an artistic work motion visuals movement and color e, I wish I could of made this kind of work : )

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Awesome work!

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