Patterns of the Universe: A Coloring Adventure in Math and Beauty

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Product Details

Price
$14.95  $13.75
Publisher
Experiment
Publish Date
Pages
144
Dimensions
8.4 X 0.5 X 8.4 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781615193233
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About the Author

Alex Bellos holds a degree in mathematics and philosophy from Oxford University. His bestselling books, Here's Looking at Euclid and The Grapes of Math, have been translated into more than 20 languages and were both shortlisted for the Royal Society Science Book prize. His puzzle books include Can You Solve My Problems?, Puzzle Ninja, Perilous Problems for Puzzle Lovers, and The Language Lover's Puzzle Book. He is also the coauthor of the mathematical coloring books Patterns of the Universe and Visions of the Universe. He has launched an elliptical pool table, LOOP. He writes a puzzle blog for The Guardian, and he won the Association of British Science Writers award for best science blog in 2016. He lives in London.
Edmund Harriss is a mathematician, artist, and assistant professor at the University of Arkansas. He is the discoverer of the Harriss spiral and the creator of the construction toy Curvahedra. He is the coauthor of Hello Numbers, What Can You Do? and the coauthor and illustrator of two mathematical coloring books: Patterns of the Universe and Visions of the Universe. He lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Reviews

2016 Academics' Choice Smart Book Award Winner

One of Amazon's Best Books of the Month in Crafts, Hobbies & Home


"Illustrations designed to introduce doodlers to a range of challenging mathematical principles."--Science

"Flipping through this new coloring book is a mesmerizing journey. From perfect hexagonal tilings to luscious sine waves to nautilus shell spirals, every line illustration by mathematical artist Edmund Harriss (and a handful of others) brings a hypnotic sense of harmony."--Science Friday

"Enough coloring inside the lines--it's time to start coloring inside the cosines."--WIRED

"Think coloring books are just for little kids? Think again."--Boys' Life

"An intricate, geeky coloring book for adults."--Independent on Sunday

"A beautiful math coloring book offering young and old alike the joy of patterns that are pleasing and rigorous, regular and creative, all at the same time."--CΓ©dric Villani, Fields medalist and author of Birth of a Theorem

"A math coloring book for kids and adults . . . Irresistible!"--Steven Strogatz, author of The Joy of x

"I wouldn't have expected anything less from math adventurer Bellos and mathematical artist and tiling fan Harriss, whose personalities both come through in the book--from the beautiful illustrations to the playful style. . . . The range of types of math on display is super. . . . A beautiful object."--Aperiodical blog

"This is big fun. . . . Just looking at these pages is a treat--they have a life all their own, even before color is applied. . . . A coloring book with a sharp new angle."--The Papercraft Post blog

"Adds a bit of braininess to the relatively simple act of coloring while keeping the stress-relieving benefits."--Adult Coloring 101
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