It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world

And it’s full of shapes, functions, math, crazy shit I don’t understand. Here’s a series of photographs of nature matched with graphical overlays representing mathematical functions that closely mimic the shapes found in the landscapes. Created by mathematician Nikki Graziano.


Spotted, as most weird and wonderful things are, at Fubiz. Also these remind me of some friends of mine. They’re not mathematicians, but they occasionally like to augment photographs with all kinds of dots and lines.

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