Three Dimensional Op Art Penrōzu
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Penrozu is the Japanese word meaning 'Penrose'. Named after the method of non-periodic tiling, by mathematician and physicist Sir Roger Penrose, who investigated these sets in the 1970s. Penrose tilings use the Golden Ratio, or ‘Divine Proportion’ - a mathematical ratio that has inspired thinkers of all disciplines throughout history of mathematics.

Made from individual layers of lasercut art board, each carefully hand-assembled to construct the final artworks. Presented in a black bespoke frame and presentation box, using the highest quality materials and UltraClear® glass, selected to minimise reflections and protect the artwork.

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Penrozu is the Japanese word meaning 'Penrose'. Named after the method of non-periodic tiling, by mathematician and physicist Sir Roger Penrose, who investigated these sets in the 1970s. Penrose tilings use the Golden Ratio, or ‘Divine Proportion’ - a mathematical ratio that has inspired thinkers of all disciplines throughout history of mathematics.

Made from individual layers of lasercut art board, each carefully hand-assembled to construct the final artworks. Presented in a black bespoke frame and presentation box, using the highest quality materials and UltraClear® glass, selected to minimise reflections and protect the artwork.



Slide A captivating centerpiece.
Focus and fascination for every space.
40 x 40 cm View

Slide The delicacy is in the detail.
Rewards every closer inspection.
19 x 19 cm View

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