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Inhaltsangabe: Symmetric designs are everywhere you look, from tiled floors, up the wallpaper, and into patterned ceilings. But how are such patterns formed? Through the stencil art of Wil Stegenga and the research of Dave Eisenstadter, readers and design aficionados alike can unlock the mathematical mystery behind these patterns. Follow along as the pair delves into the 17 types of two-dimensional repeating patterns in this stellar addition to the International Design Library.®
Über den Autor: Dave Eisenstadter studied the mathematics of repeating patterns at Bard College while pursuing a degree in English and math. Currently, he lives in New Hampshire, where he works as an arts reporter for the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript in Peterborough and an editor for Pathway Book Service in Gilsum. He has also written The Weight of the Ice, published by Surry Cottage Books in 2009, about a devastating ice storm that impacted the northeastern United States.