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One of many works of fractal, abstract and 3D art by Iwona Fido, a.k.a. Fiery-Fire , whose other work is well worth exploring.


"Torus knot fun" by zipper

I couldn't resist snaffling this from ToeTagJaneDoe (Sofie)'s fine pages (now on Categorian).

It took a while to track down the original, but I eventually discovered it on this very fine mathematical art page, which is worth visiting in its own right.


A great page for all kinds of mathematical art.




"Jewel of the Smiles", a beautiful entry in the Benoît Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest 2007 by Joe Zazulak
(Joe's link is well worth following up)


In the introduction to the contest, Benoît Mandelbrot writes:

"What distinguishes fractal geometry within mathematics is an exceptional and uncanny characteristic. Its first steps are not tedious, hard, and unrewarding, but playful and extraordinarily easy, and provide rich reward in terms of stunning graphics. To the mathematician, they bring a bounty of very difficult conjectures that no one can solve. To the artist, they provide backbones around which imagination can play at will. To everyone, a few steps in about any direction bring extraordinary pleasure. Nothing is more serious than play. Let's all play."


[The amazing Mandelbrot Set]