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The Golden Ratio

The Golden Ratio was named by Greek sculptor and mathematician Phidias (500 BC – 432 BC). The application of the ratio by architects and artists is widespread for it’s considered the most pleasing to the eye. 109 more words

Hiding In Plain Site...

Confessions (2010)--- A Japanese thriller to break 'the rule of thirds' of composition

The film named Confessions (2010) is a Japanese thriller directed by Nakashima Tetsuya. It talks about a story based on ‘revenge’, and uses the ‘self-profiling form’ to reveal the real minds of several main characters. 313 more words

Color And Composition

Strategy 101 with Joescher Chee

I attended my first ever strategy workshop on 4 January 2018. I felt my afternoon was well spent, listening to Joescher Chee sharing his knowledge, wisdom and insights. 670 more words

Article

25 Facts about the Great Pyramid of Giza

By Ivan | Ancient Code

The Great Pyramid a true masterpiece and has rightly earned the title of a “Wonder”. It was built with such precision that our current technology cannot replicate it.   982 more words

History

What is the Golden Ratio?

Photocredits : @ mode_listharvepino , Sashkin

Leonardo Pisano Bigollo also known as Leonardo Fibonacci (meaning son of Bonnaci)  was an Italian mathematician who was revered for bringing the… 588 more words

Art

How the golden ratio and the Fibonacci sequence are connected

Recall that the golden ratio is a special irrational number that is approximately equal to 1.618.  It appears frequently in geometry, art, and architecture.

Also recall that the Fibonacci sequence is the series of numbers: 245 more words

Mathematics

Haiku: Sacred Geometry

seeking
infinity
the snail’s shell

(Image courtesy of Carpe Diem Haiku Kai)

Written for Carpe Diem #1233 Geometric patterns

“Also known as Phi, the Golden Mean, or the Golden Section, the Golden Ratio was revered as the mathematical law or representation of beauty by the Greeks. 101 more words

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