The Nature and Shape of Things

The dimensions of a volcano by Judy Kaufmann

One of my favorite subjects in math was geometry. I took a swift course in it during the summer before I entered high school and part of me wished to continue studying it, if only to play around with protractors, rulers, and colored pencils. It was the only math class I had up to that point that involved art! Who knew math could be so fun, right?

I recently went on the hunt for fun nature-inspired geometric art and here’s what I uncovered:

natural geometry

I admire the way these artists combined colors, shapes, and nature.

About Donaville Herrick

Donaville is the Founder of Dearest Nature and also Co-Founder and Creative Director of Hello Hello Hi. When visions of nature and web design aren't dancing in her head, she enjoys spending time with her three munchkins, baking cupcakes, and trying her hand at various crafts. Follow her on Twitter to stay updated with her day-to-day musings.

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