The Fractal Geometry of Nature and The Fractal Museum

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Here is an except from their article on the fractal geometry of nature:

Come explore the fractal geometry of autumn leaves in the fall, of the forests all around us, of the artistry of the stars above, and even the mathematics behind the flowers all around you.

Top-Left: Raw split-elliptic fractal detailing the growth and vein structure of leaves. Bottom: Admixture of fallen autumn leaves with the same fractal to show their connection in a fractal I call "Heart of Autumn" (Redbubble).

The Fractal Museum and the Heroes of the Future

HOPE Graffiti Park and MtG Cards

I recently visited HOPE Outdoor Gallery and graffiti park again, intentionally bringing video equipment as I know they're tearing it down in the spring of 2019. I mixed in photos from other visits, with TOR's songs setting the beats as I explore the place and bring them to you. The real video and music, however, is for patrons only and you'll find that here on my Patreon:

VanLife Travel Log: A Memory of HOPE (Sat, Nov 3, 2k18)

I've been busy getting my fractal designs ready for the holiday seasons. The big news? My number one best seller -- "The Colors of Magic" -- now has its own official store. Check it out!

The Fractal Colors of Magic the Gathering on Shirts and Clothing for Men (Love Moxes!)

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Voyage Dallas Magazine - Meet Jaya Prime, on Fractal Art, on VanLife, on Travels

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jaya Prime.

Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
How does a hitchhiker of more than a decade end up as an international fractal designer who now appears on many books covers and music albums? I tell you what: I didn’t start off in this direction.

I started as a music orchestrator and producer, making and mixing music between cities as I traveled from state to state, then from country to country. It was until a childhood tumor eventually caught up with me that I started to lose my hearing. Facing a hard wall such as this, I fell back on the illuminated art forms that I had been studying since when I was a pup.

The above is merely an excerpt from the full interview. Read the full article here:

Voyage Dallas Magazine: Meet Jaya Prime

Fractal Artist San Jaya Prime