String art or pin and thread art, is characterized by an arrangement of colored thread strung between points to form geometric patterns or representational designs such as a ship’s sails, sometimes with other artist material comprising the remainder of the work.
Orbi by ar_grasshopper_collective_thn is a plug-in for Grasshopper that generates patterns parametrically with symmetry groups. Orbi allows to select a symmetry group and define any geometry as the fundamental region of a pattern.
Andreu Carulla’s Facetat is a custom made, geometric serving dish. Revolutionary in its manufacturing, Facetat’s geometry begins as a flat sheet which can be modelled into infinite shapes using just your hands.
Stephen Axford is a photographer, who has an international reputation as a specialist in nature photographer with a particular passion in macro fungi photography. In these photos you can see the stunning patterns found in nature.
Artisans in Indonesia handcraft this unique and nature-inspired wall art. They cut, shape, and place each teak wood segment to create a one-of-a-kind pattern with depth and movement.
Tundra by Miroljub is a one stop grasshopper plugin for generating complex noise patterns. Includes noise generators as well as lots of useful methods such as filters, modifiers, combiners, transformations.
Designed by architecture and design firm The Fundamental Group, PUSH lets you shape it into the perfect container for all of your important things.
The PLEXUS collection of gear by Subinay Malhotra finds safety, flexibility, ventilation, performance and cool looks in an intricate voronoi web that adapts to the wearers movement.
This paper by Jose Sanchez outlines a framework and conceptualization of combinatorial design. Combinatorial design is a term coined to describe non-parametric design strategies that focus on the permutation and patterning of discrete units.
In this dissertation by Craig S. Kaplan, author present his research in the area of computer-generated geometric art and ornament. He focused on two projects in particular. First he developed a collection of tools and methods for producing traditional Islamic star patterns. Then he examined the tesselations of M. C. Escher.
To Lauren Ko, pies are more than just food. The Seattle-based, 31-year-old baker says she is “more an artist and designer than a baker.” The only difference is that her medium is edible. Ko is known for her colorful, geometric designs that toss out traditional baking conventions.
In this video by Hamed Rahnama you can see a GIRIH puzzle, a 10 Pointed Star pattern. Girih tiles are a set of five tiles that were used in the creation of Islamic geometric patterns using strapwork (girih) for decoration of buildings in Islamic architecture.