OUT OF AN INFINITY OF DESIGNS A MATHEMATICIAN CHOOSES ONE PATTERN FOR BEAUTY'S SAKE AND PULLS IT DOWN TO EARTH MARSTON MORSE
Such is the strength of the design of the spider web that it has been adapted in to much of our own architecture. Sometimes the spiders seem to get their ideas from us, but that really isn’t the case! The thread that spiders produce come from glands called spinnerets. There are, so far, seven different types of spinnerets that have been identified and each one has a separate purpose. Each type of spider will possess a few of these spinneret glands, but there has never been a recorded case of a s
I thought this picture of a spiderweb was a good example of radial design.
Styrofoam radial print: on 4 x 4" styrofoam square, draw organic & geometric shapes on a diagonal. Print onto watercolor paper painted with concentric analogous circles, rotating the square so the center point stays the same. Use radial design and cathedral rose windows as exemplars.
Celtic knots and radial design for elementary