Mark Grotjahn, butterfly

mark grotjahn, butterfly

Drawing/painting by Mark Grotjahn, one of his many pieces featuring an abstract butterfly. These are reminiscent to me of the work of children’s book illustratorĀ Brian Wildsmith.

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4 Responses to “Mark Grotjahn, butterfly”

  1. Paul Says:

    Been following your blog since I found your entry on ornamental polyhedra. Typically I’ve only ever found polyhedra on mathematical blogs so I immediately subscribed to your RSS feed expecting regular mathematical surprises. As it is I’ve enjoyed browsing the designs and architecture you’ve featured…

    Anyway. Just thought I’d mention this reminds me of Jen Stark’s paper-cut art. A nice example and a good starting point for her website:

    Thanks for your regular updates…

  2. LB Says:

    I have been falling down on the math job. Sorry! But I actually have some drafts with math-like content and I’ll finish them soon. And thanks for the Jen Stark link – I’ll put her on this week! Those are eye-bending.

  3. LB Says:

    Paul, a new post is up (see next post: Deformscape). It’s dedicated to you (and all other math-lovers), and to my dad, who can no longer do math but who once managed to make me like it by engaging me in building 3D polyhedra models as a kid.

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