Piece of art in a series on mathematics depicting the intriguing geometry of fractals. Fractals are patterns or shapes in which individual parts of the shape are just smaller copies of the whole. Because of this, you could "zoom in" on a fractal indefinitely and continue to spot the original shape. You may not be able to spot infinite fractals, but imperfect fractals—fractals you can only "zoom in" on a finite number of times—can be found in nature. For example, the pattern of a fern repeats itself for a handful of iterations. Although trees do not often reveal strong fractal patterns, this piece illustrates fractals in the silhouette of an idealized branching tree.
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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