In early 1970s, Hungarian artist Dániel Erdély discovered a geometric structure consisting of alternating, adjoining sequences of triangles, called a spidron.

When laid down like tiles on a flat surface, or on a three-dimensional surface, the lowly spidron evolved into intricate, astoundingly complex structures: Link.

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