Piece of art in a series on mathematics illustrating Fibonacci spirals, also known as golden spirals. A Fibonacci spiral is one in which the spiral grows Φ-times larger for every 90 degrees it turns. As a result, a Fibonacci spiral can be created by connecting the corners of a series of adjacent squares with relative side lengths corresponding to the fibonacci series (1x1, 1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 5x5...) circling outward around the previous squares. The logarithmic growth pattern of a Fibonacci spiral can be observed in anything from a the birds-eye-view of a hurricane to a Nautilus shell to the arms of certain spiral galaxies.
All artwork is printed on high-quality fine art paper. Small sizes are printed on a heavy, glossy material and Large sizes are printed on an even thicker, cotton matte material.
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