This is so cool!!! The geometric shapes works really well, which make the animals look three dimensional. I also like the different shade of colors the artist used for each triangle. I also like the symmetry of the overall designs.
Vector inspiration. But new evidence suggests a breathtaking possibility. Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Washington researchers found that the skin of the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis, a color-changing cousin of octopuses, contains gene sequences usually expressed only in the light-sensing retina of the eye. In other words, cephalopods—octopuses, cuttlefish, and squid—may be able to see with their skin.