# Tag Archives: Labirinto

## Lattice Labyrinth Tessellations for Apple’s Steve Jobs – a cryptic iPhone cover design?

So far as Apple’s logo is concerned, it can be any colour so long as it’s black, to paraphrase Henry Ford. One colour makes it difficult to shade the tiles of a tessellation, so I’ve had to borrow some other … Continue reading

## A Lattice Labyrinth for Cristián: Trefoil (29,3)

Cristian is a correspondent in Chile who helped spread the word of my abortive but world-wide 2012 campaign for an Olympic Fourth Place Medal. Cristián’s special date is 29th. March, so here, as a belated thank you, is Trefoil Lattice … Continue reading

## Fibonacci puts the Pee in Pisa – Light Relief for the Also-wrangled

Etiam mingens mathematicae memini! As you probably know only too well, in a Fibonacci Sequence of numbers, each successive term is the sum of the two preceding terms, so all you need to do to start it off is specify … Continue reading

## Pythagorean Pairs of Pairs…and the Occasional Triplet of Pairs

Here are small parts of two Serpentine Lattice Labyrinth tessellations. Though these two patterns look very different and the arrays of superlattice points (which we can take to be marked by the black squares) and symmetry axes are at different … Continue reading

## Lattice Labyrinth Tilings and Pavings: An Image Gallery

The thumbnailed gallery below is a handy summary of images included in the various posts of the Lattice Labyrinths blog and has now been copied as a page of the blog. In the course of time that page will tend … Continue reading

## Celebrating April Weddings , Two Wedding Anniversary Labyrinths, April 13th and April 26th

Back to pretty pictures, but with some of the skeletal structure of the tessellations shown. ( Scarthin Books, my some days job, is in the middle of a crowdfunding exercise to Prop up the Shop, its over a mile of … Continue reading

## Better World Cup Consolation Tessellations

I’m not sure that the Lattice Labyrinths suggested for Brazil and Argentina are worthy of those great countries.  Here is another, less conventional realisation of Serpentine (9,7) and Serpentine (7,9) in national flag colours. The supertiles are much bolder in form. … Continue reading