This poster highlights the beauty of math using a well-designed fractal to illustrate vibrant colors and symmetry.
Henri Poincaré wrote, in his essay, Mathematical Creation, that ignoring the subjective experience “would be to forget the feeling of mathematical beauty, of the harmony of numbers and forms, of geometric elegance. This is a true esthetic feeling that all real mathematicians know, and surely it belongs to emotional sensibility.”
This poster is 18 x 24 inches.
1. How is beauty determined?
2. What is beautiful about math?
3. Could beauty refer to numbers, equations, or geometry?