Sierpinski White Initials

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Initials decorated by the same fractal pattern. A supplement to Sierpinski White. A few alternative characters are placed to the lower case.
Info: Created on 30th March 2011 . Last edited on 15th February 2012.
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This is a new day. Lovely sunny spring time. Just perfect to publish the penultimate piece of my Sierpinski series.

The naming Black/White refers to the letters, not the background. I know, it's a bit confusing, having more black in the White Initials and not vice versa. I like this one even more than the other version.
Comment by Frodo7 27th April 2011
Vasarely, the famous op-artist liked to say he liked working in black and white, because when he had done one painting he already had done two ! Your way of working is not so far from his in the sixties, so i'm not surprised the positive/negative transformation is working so well !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 27th April 2011
Magnifique !!!
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 27th April 2011
This is definitely my favourite of the series. Sublime glyphs.
Comment by chr.s 27th April 2011
@neurone:
what a wonderful way to see the world!
Comment by kix 27th April 2011
Once again, you have taken the Sierpinski thing and made a masterpiece out of it. Completely genius. A saint has less patience than you do.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 28th April 2011
This is so exquisitely exquisite:

Lattices within lattices, trees within trees, facets within facets, nests within nests.

Eggs within birds, and birds within eggs. Perfections within imperfection. Life within life.

10 within 10.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 5th May 2011

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