Saturday, April 14, 2012

Highly Unlikely Square

The Highly Unlikely Square is a beaded variation of the Impossible Triangle of Roger Penrose that was made famous by M.C. Escher.  While the Impossible Square is not possible to make in three dimensions, my beaded version has twisted sides, which make it just highly unlikely.
I have a tutorial for the Highly Unlikely Triangle, a related but simpler design.
These funny little earrings remind me of tiny temples.  I made them with a variation of my Infinity Prisms pattern.
Thanks for looking.


  1. I thought pagodas right before I read temples. Love the earrings and the square is fascinating.

    1. Pagoda is even better than temple. I wish I had thought of that before I named them. Close enough, I guess. Thanks KJ.


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