Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio #infographic #GoldenRatio

Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio #infographic

The Golden Ratio: a designer's guide.  The Golden Ratio is a beautifully simple piece of mathematical theory that can help make your designs feel well proportioned and pleasing on the eye. We explain how to use it.

The designer's guide to the Golden Ratio

Art mimics nature ~ The Golden Ratio is a beautifully simple piece of mathematical theory that can help make your designs feel well proportioned and pleasing on the eye. We explain how to use it.

Fibonacci-233 by ~masaakikaji on deviantART

This website describes the difference between The Golden Section The Golden String and Fibonacci Numbers. These all essentially come together to form the same Golden Ratio but help me understand the breakdown of it all and why its so important.

♥ fibonacci

Aldobrandini Madonna Artist Raphael Year Between Medium Oil on wood panel Location National Gallery, London Dimensions

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some total math nerd figured this out. Taryn, you should impress Logan with this!unless he is the nerd that already knows this!

goldenmeangauge.jpg (728×960), construct it from heavy cardboard stock, plastic or heavy vinyl stock. Drill holes, then place a brad at each of the designated points. When the gauge is adjusted, the middle arm will always show the golden section or phi ratio point between the two outer arms.

Excellent tool designed for proportionate sizes and shapes - applicable to architecture and furniture

Composition tips, by Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco

Portrait Painting

Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco explains how she uses geometric principles inspired by Renaissance masters for some of her painterly portraits.

Fibonacci explained ~ (to infinity)

Fibonacci explained ~ (to infinity): 55 + 89 = 144 SBFE in JSJ (involution) then evolution back to spirit, then involution into form once again, and back to spirit.

FibonacciCurve2_house...Fibonacci 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, ... Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Phi and Divine Proportion. Adjacent numbers quickly approach a constant ratio equal to the "golden ratio" ϕ (approximately 1.618). Worth noting: ϕxϕ = ϕ + 1 and 1/ϕ = ϕ - 1 Also note floral spiral pattern: 137.5° + 222.5° = 360° and 222.5/137.5 = ϕ ≅ 1.618

Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Phi and Divine Proportion. Adjacent numbers quickly approach a constant ratio equal to the "golden ratio" ϕ (approximately Worth noting: ϕxϕ = ϕ + 1 and = ϕ - 1 Also note floral spiral pattern: + = and = ϕ ≅

FibonacciCurve2_house...Fibonacci 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, ... Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Phi and Divine Proportion. Adjacent numbers quickly approach a constant ratio equal to the "golden ratio" ϕ (approximately 1.618). Worth noting: ϕxϕ = ϕ + 1 and 1/ϕ = ϕ - 1 Also note floral spiral pattern: 137.5° + 222.5° = 360° and 222.5/137.5 = ϕ ≅ 1.618

Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Phi and Divine Proportion. Adjacent numbers quickly approach a constant ratio equal to the "golden ratio" ϕ (approximately Worth noting: ϕxϕ = ϕ + 1 and = ϕ - 1 Also note floral spiral pattern: + = and = ϕ ≅

fibonacci – repinned by www.earthangel-family.de

Aldobrandini Madonna Artist Raphael Year Between Medium Oil on wood panel Location National Gallery, London Dimensions

The Marber Grid, or : the layout that changed book design forever

The Marber Grid was developed in 1961 by Polish graphic designer, Romek Marber, for Penguin book covers. This grid layout is admired by many designers and is example of how a well-designed grid can stand the test of time.

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