Art

Orange Theory

There's something about tightly packed grooves that really help show off a geometric curve. It's a patterning that is easy for our minds to follow, so the distortions feel physical and easy to interpret. Of course, actually tracing the paths of these lines reveals the truly intricate and seemingly impossible shapes of a fractal design.

Orange Theory

There's something about tightly packed grooves that really help show off a geometric curve. It's a patterning that is easy for our minds to follow, so the distortions feel physical and easy to interpret. Of course, actually tracing the paths of these lines reveals the truly intricate and seemingly impossible shapes of a fractal design.

There's something about tightly packed grooves that really help show off a geometric curve. It's a patterning that is easy for our minds to follow, so the distortions feel physical and easy to interpret. Of course, actually tracing the paths of these lines reveals the truly intricate and seemingly impossible shapes of a fractal design.