String Art Poster: Pi through lines

String Art Poster: Pi through lines
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This is my interpretation of the famous Barbury Castle crop circle. The crop circle appeared in a field near Barbury Castle in England and an astrophysicist named Mike Reed saw a mathematical connection. He stated that it showed the first 10 digits of Pi. In my drawing each color of blocks represents a different digit. You start at top of the small center circle and work your way out clock wise. The digits represented are 3.141592654. The three circles at the end represent that Pi is an infinite number. Drawn by hand using pen, protractor and ruler. It is composed solely of STRAIGHT lines Inverted color done by computer.
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