Thursday, March 19, 2009

Yeah, I'm just not seeing it.

beautiful squares 2

Hutcheson (1725)
Originally uploaded by rob helpychalk.


John Markos O'Neill said...
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Orange said...

frfly? No.

While I concur that a pentagon is more beauteous than a square, the equilateral triangle is foxy.

John Markos O'Neill said...

Yeah, I have a hard time taking this ferioufly.

Julian E said...

It ſeems to me that in our time, the ſquare is aſſociated with a ſort of utilitarian (not in the ethical ſenſe) banality and lack of aeſthetic appeal. It ſeems induſtrial and functional. Like, if a Hexagon were a Rollſ-Royce, and a triangle were a Ferrari, a ſquare would be a Ford F-150.

Rob Helpy-Chalk said...

Yeah, if anything I think the triangle iſ more attractive, more ſleek and glamorouſ than the ſquare.