Sierpinski Dalmatian

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Clone of Sierpinski Black. The second name "Dalmatian" refers to the spotted back and white pattern commonly found in those lovely dogs.
Info Created on 28th February 2010 . Last edited on 2nd March 2010.
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Out of sheer joy I have experimented with the Sierpinski theme a little more. I have discovered the black and white patterns can be seamlessly joined to form new exiting patterns. Dalmatian is one of them, and I hope you like it.
Comment by Frodo7 1st March 2010
Another 10 frodo7.
Comment by aphoria 2nd March 2010
Nice! Fractals make for interesting fonts...
Comment by anonymous-244568 2nd March 2010
seriously impressive!
Comment by margaretnicholdesign 2nd March 2010
although this font is just black and white, it looks somehow gradated to me.
Comment by ssaamm 2nd March 2010
Same illusion effect of gradation for me. Certainly my favourite of the 3
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 3rd March 2010
Wonderful! I took this up to the largest magnification and my mind was completely 'boggled' with the intricate delicacy of this amazing work. Sadly, I can only give it 10 - it's worth so much more.
Comment by p2pnut 3rd March 2010
this series is great and this font is for me the best of the set. the use of the positive and negative space achieves a ying-yang effect that is harmonious to the eye and very calming.

the entire Sierpinski series reminds me of kaleidocycles. they almost yearn to be cut out, creased and folded into various shapes. the book 'M.C. Escher Kaleidocycles' is one reference, although there are others. interestingly, i did not come across any references to Sierpinski kaleidocycles, which based upon your interpretations here, would seem to be a natural :)
Comment by funk_king 4th March 2010
Comment by funk_king 4th March 2010
Sorry for my tardy response. Thank you all for your comments and generous ratings. I wish, I could share half the joy I had while creating the Sierpinski series.

@funk_king: Thank you for your thoughtful comment on Kaleidocycles. We are back to M.C. Escher. The Dutch master seems to inspire us at every corner of geometry and visual art. I don't have this book, but I've learned enough about the art and craft of kaleidocycles from the web. I think, I'll give it a go.
Comment by Frodo7 17th March 2010

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