9,440 facets form the shape of a four sided, four cornered gemstone.
In Quadrivia (latin: “The way of four”) brings a warming, creative energy to it’s surroundings, rewarding the viewer’s curiosity by revealing thousands of possible points of symmetry and tessellation.
Perpetual Calendar 1800-9999
What day of the week were you born?
PC was a self initiated project with the aim of presenting the pattern formed by how each year’s days fall, while maintaining clarity and usability as a calendar.
Available as a poster.
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Ground is a highly stylised interpretation of the changing seasons. Iconified into five “cells” each, with sun and halo colour, sky colour by day and night, moon colour, development cycle of deciduous flora, seasonal sociological mentality and plate tectonics represented in some form. Memory and imagination were the sources of data; individual experiences may differ.
The Anklets of Brahma is a real-world A1-size print, restricted to a signed and numbered print run of 20.
Inspired by a geometric pattern named “The Anklets of Krishna”, TAOB takes the golden ratio, reduces it to a parallelogram then crystallises it outward in three dimensions. The golden ratio is also used to mutate the choice of colour saturation for each single section, of which there are 6,272 besides the negative space, which creates another recursive layer of detail by appearing to bind each cross to its neighbour, and in turn the greater cross to its own surrounding space on the wall.