Dilation – Design Strategy Blog

September 26, 2007

Forget measurement

Filed under: Art, Design — Tags: , , , , — aedh @ 5:03 pm

1. ) Euclid knew that every triangle, square, rectangle, circle or regular polygon has a center. ( center of gravity )
2. ) Euclid knew: If A. and B. be any two given points, there is one point C. who’s distance from A. and B. is equal. ( i.e. we can divide any line in half. )
3. ) Where ever two lines cross they meet at a point. ( howdy )

Happily, this is all the geometry an artist or designer needs to master dilation design space.

Any given space.

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