R2 – Liza Ramalho, Artur Rebelo (Porto, Portugal)

R2 – Liza Ramalho, Artur Rebelo (Porto, Portugal)

Alex Atala by R2 design, via Behance

Alex Atala by R2 design, via Behance

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R2 – Liza Ramalho, Artur Rebelo (Porto, Portugal)

### Golden Meaning: graphic artists depict the golden ratio – in pictures

Golden Ass When you divide a golden rectangle into smaller and smaller squares, and draw quarter-circles in them, you get a logarithmic spiral, a well-known mathematical shape. Polish designers Homework saw that two spirals together make for a perfect behind – and a 1970s-looking typeface.

Malika Favre illustrates using a Golden Ratio grid

Publication: GraphicDesign&'s brilliant new book explores the golden ratio

### Golden Meaning: 55 graphic artists reveal the maths of the golden ratio

Graphiste qui explore l'ancien concept géométrique de la poésie, de l'alimentation, de la sculpture, les coiffures et art décoratif : Le nombre d'or. Le graphiste représente le nombre d'or - en images de visage

### Golden Meaning: graphic artists depict the golden ratio – in pictures

George Hardie poured wine into three specially designed glasses, which are each full with golden ratio proportions - the ratio of wine to emptiness is 1.618.

### Golden Meaning: graphic artists depict the golden ratio – in pictures

Designers Julia decided to superimpose the Fibonacci sequence on the Oxford English Dictionary. The words used are those in position 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13... The sequence is meaningless, of course, but I find the juxtaposition of numbers and words surprisingly thought-provoking.

### Golden Meaning: graphic artists depict the golden ratio – in pictures

Graphic designers Bibliothèque decided to come up with two visual mnemonics for the golden ratio, which is the number 1.618. When a 0-100C thermometer is divided by this number, the mercury reaches to about 38C, the temperature of blood in humans. When a clock is divided into two sections so that their angles are in the golden ratio, one solution is 12.23, which is an easy number to remember. All photographs: Richard Hubert Smith/GD&

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