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Tesselations - George Pólya's 17 plane symmetry groups that enlightened M.C. Escher's art.  Perfect for the lesson I just started!

Tesselations - George Pólya's 17 plane symmetry groups that enlightened M.C. Escher's art. Perfect for the lesson I just started!

Regular and irregular Tesselations

Regular and irregular Tesselations

Space Age "sputnik" Lamp | From a unique collection of antique and modern table lamps at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/table-lamps/

Space Age "sputnik" Lamp | From a unique collection of antique and modern table lamps at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/table-lamps/

Glass door

Glass door

Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau

porto

porto

Industrial Vintage Floor Lamp Brass SteamPunk by TheLightFixtureCo, $235.00

Industrial Vintage Floor Lamp Brass SteamPunk by TheLightFixtureCo, $235.00

Gorgeous Architectural details including fantastic multi-tiled porcelain tiles in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Gorgeous Architectural details including fantastic multi-tiled porcelain tiles in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Agate sliced window | Grossmünster Cathedral, Zürich • Sigmar Polke. "An alchemical romance of elements enters into his choices of materials and pigments for his Zürich windows. My notes from our conversations bristle with mentions of cinnabar, alabaster, malachite, cobalt, lapis lazuli, and other precious stuffs, which he regards as poetic intensifications of the 'mothering' substance—the materia—of the universe. " Peter Schjeldahl, "Many-Colored Glass," The New Yorker; May 12, 2008

Agate sliced window | Grossmünster Cathedral, Zürich • Sigmar Polke. "An alchemical romance of elements enters into his choices of materials and pigments for his Zürich windows. My notes from our conversations bristle with mentions of cinnabar, alabaster, malachite, cobalt, lapis lazuli, and other precious stuffs, which he regards as poetic intensifications of the 'mothering' substance—the materia—of the universe. " Peter Schjeldahl, "Many-Colored Glass," The New Yorker; May 12, 2008