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Sacred geometry holds its roots within nature where mathematical principles have been applied to forms such as shells and the patterns petals grow in. It is often applied in religious architecture and symbolism that abides by certain geometric proportions.
Within the project a range of textures have been used while sticking firmly to same shapes. Clay is naturally a tactile material which is highlighted in the layers of prints that spill over others creating bulges and rough textures in otherwise 'perfect' forms
Sacred Geometry: Gallery
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