The Other Side of Tessellations


I got the basis for this tessellation out of Migel Ganan's book 'Twist and Tesss'. 

I used his main module idea, but I changed it up a little bit. 

Maybe it's just me, but I kinda feel like a lot of triangle twist based tessellations have a more interesting reverse side than their fronts. So the first pic is what he envisioned as the back. 

The way the reverse sides of some of his tessellations backlight remind me a lot of the ideas of Arseniy K. He has lots of beautiful origami tessellations on his instagram. He's a brilliant paper artist.  

It's almost as if these two designers see the shapes from completely opposite perspectives.

Me, I just mostly fold. Sometimes figure out. And occasionally  have a unique idea. 

Mostly, I'm just glad to be a part of it all. 


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