! " #$%&'()*+(',-+&(./'*,-*00*''()&1. Exercise (3): On the pages you reproduced, you can fill in the spaces with patterns, in such a way the pattern continues as far as you wish to extend it. The example above is a very simple one. On the next few pages, you will find more complex patterns. The Dutch graphic artist Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) was famous for producing fantastic designs. graphic artists. Some are shown on the next few pages and in the reference material provided in the MATH 2304 course. For part (3), use the three pattern sheets for ! " and create three different patterns based upon the the examples provide or other you can find on the Internet. For this exercise, use only the ! " tessellation pattern.
The graphic design is one of Escher’s based on the equilateral triangle tesselation pattern. Notice how the creatures alternate yellow and red triangular forms, similar to the simple pattern shown for the equilateral triangles ! " . The equilateral triangle elements are outlined in green. Notice the complex symmetry of the figures within each triangle. ! " #$%&'()*+(',-+&(./'*,-*00*''()&1. Escher Graphic Design based on ! " .