A More Mathematical Explanation
Mateko is a word invented by its author, who maintains a personal challenge to find new ways of expre [...]
Mateko is a word invented by its author, who maintains a personal challenge to find new ways of expressing spiralsâ€”the most important fractal iconâ€”without showing the same shape time and time again. For this image he experimented with different color palettes and ways to combine them before the colors we now see appeared; these colors are unusual for Dan Kuzmenka, who usually uses warmer colors and earth tones.
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About the Creator of this Image
is a North American researcher in the field of chemistry. Like many other scientists, Dan discovered fractal geometry in 1985 reading an article in the magazine Scientific American, although it wasnâ€™t until 1999 that he began to create his first fractal images.
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