Seahorses & Eels by Robert Fathauer

Tessellation 2 July 2012 0 Comments

A tessellation is an image that repeats the same shapes over and over again to cover a plane with no overlap or gaps.  This type of pattern was frequently employed by M.C. Escher who was fascinated by the symmetry involved in these designs.  In 1993, Dr. Robert Fathauer created the following pattern that features points of both two-fold and four-fold symmetry.  Can you find them?

Seahorses & Eels by Robert Fathauer

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