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The Mandelbrot was the first incredibly beautiful mathematical form that we discovered on the complex plane. It is infinitely intricate, and it never exactly repeats itself. Mathematicians and psychonauts were so astonished, they called it the fingerprint of god.
The fractal is named after its discoverer Benoir Mandelbrot. It openned up a whole new field of exploration of fractal geometry, and it gave us a new way to understand Nature's use of self-similar and repeated patterns.
The images used in this design are shared by Wolfgang Beyer under attribution share-alike license - [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons.
Heavyweight french terry fabric makes for a refined garment. Raglan sleeve construction, and cotton/spandex ribbing.
- 100% cotton 350 gsm heavyweight french terry
- YKK zippers
- 3 peice lined hood
About Our Products
SacredGeometrical.com is created by web designer, author, and sacred geometry artist Narada Dan Vantari. The 3D designs and all the other artworks here represent many years of study and creative output.
We use 3 companies to print on demand the 3D Geometries and Jewellery, the Clothing, and the Posters. The quality they provide is quite incredible and would not have been possible at almost any price a decade ago!
Our 3D Printed Jewellery and Models
3D printing is a disruptive technology that is changing societies approach to manufacturing almost everything. Along with artificial intelligence and nano-engineering it will change human society as much if not more in the next decades as the computer and internet have done in the last decades!
Our 3D prints are created as 3D computer files and uploaded to the company in New York where state of the art machines (costing around half a million $) are used to print them layer by layer of tiny dots. (Just like a 2D printer going over and over building up a form out of a stack of sheets of paper). Depending on the material the print is then put through other processes, or even used to create a mold that is then filled with the molten metal.
Our Sacred Geometry Clothing Designs