"Where there is matter, there is geometry" – Kepler, Johannes

"Graziotti was not a professional mathematician. He was an artist, in the style of the masters of the Italian Renaissance: Piero della Francesca, Paolo Uccello, Leonardo da Vinci and many others, big and small."

(Source: gicas.net)

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#sacred geometry   #graziotti   #polyhedron   #platonic solids  

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