This picture represents repetition in the Principles of Design. Although the design is simple, the picture appears complex because of the exact similarity and precise positions of the lights. The lights seem as if they go on forever and ever.
Santiago Calatrava - architect and structural engineer. Here is some high class functional, 3D, repetitive work. what is nice about this is that the water reflects the bridge, emphasizing the repetition.
This is a good example of RHYTHM because you can't really determine what's coming next because there isn't a pattern repeated throughout, such as scales. There is an obvious repetition of the rippled effect but it isn't predictable where it will end or begin. Since it isn't a continuous repetition throughout the design, it isn't a pattern. There isn't a fluid pattern, just repition of the same type of ripples.
"What /is/ important, then?" "Stories, stories, stories, stories, /stories/." Flame stressed the last repetition, the importance of it clear & bright, like she once had been. Gwen flinched at the remembrance. "And with them, Truth." She saw the conflict on her sister's face, but didn't acknowledge it. Still, an internal - upset and upsetting - voice, muttered, /Yours./ How long could this hold?
Why do you like it? It's a great concept/design. The layer upon layer seems to give a three dimensional look to the design. What, if any emotion does the design evoke? The design seems to evoke a feeling of simplicity but when you study it, the design is more complicated as the deeper you dive in the more complicated it gets.