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Oliver Byrne (1810–1890) was a civil engineer and prolific author of works on subjects including mathematics, geometry, and engineering. His most well known book was this version of ‘Euclid’s Elements’, published by Pickering in 1847, which used coloured graphic explanations of each geometric principle. The book has become the subject of renewed interest in recent years for its innovative graphic conception and its style which prefigures the modernist experiments of the Bauhaus.

The first six books of the Elements of Euclid, in which coloured diagrams and symbols are used instead of letters ..

Modeling a Buckyball using an African hexastrip weaving

i want

Vignesh Madhavan

Buckminster Fuller

"Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.

Volcano, seen from space

The illustration from a late 17th-century document based on the work of Majima Seigan, a 14th-century monk-turned-doctor, Japan

American Sugar Consumption Infographic well done and important info too.

NASA - Traces of Landing

The 14 Fundamental Cases for Marching Cubes


photo-eye Bookstore | David Maisel: History's Shadow | photobook

Agnes Denes - Study for Thought Complex - 1970 - Ink on graph paper

Diagram representing the divergence of species, from Darwin's Origin of Species

Histomap of Evolution. (by Endless Forms Most Beautiful)

Endless Forms Most Beautiful

MRI blood vessels inside brain

These mammatus clouds formed on June 26th 2012 above Regina, Canada shortly after a thunderstorm.

Istanbul at night, seen from space.

Further Abstracts : Caesura Gallery


Analog Voronoi Grid Distortion with Magnets,

Graph paper,