Whirlpools - M.C. Escher

Design by Jurriaan Schrofer. That's Maurits Cornelis Escher the Dutch artist, and Jurriaan Schrofer the Dutch typographer and graphic designer.

(*)  mc escher.  spiral

(*) mc escher. spiral

Illustration of process of producing geometrically rigorous Escher lizard.  Green lines show center of Escher's hexagonal cell, blue lines show perfect hexagon on same center, pink lines show traced profile elements, and red lines show rotations of the traced elements about the hexagon's vertices.  Note significant deviation of rotated elements from original art.

we cut from card stock fine motor skills: color lizard, use glue stick w/ placement math/spatial relationships: place lizard with others on large poster board natural science: learn about habitat (drawn onto background)

M.C.Eshcher is an artist that I find not only fascinating but extremely talented. I like his angle on things, and the intriguing images he comes up with.

MC Escher facts present the facts about the Dutch graphic artist. His full name actually is Maurits Cornelis Escher. But he is very popular with the name MC Escher. This graphic artist always fascinat

Ilusionario: Vida y obra de Escher

Escher, Metamorphosis II - Metamorphosis II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dit werk representeert een donkere en lichte kant. Aan de lichte kant vliegen dus donkere ganzen en aan de donkere kant dus lichte ganzen. Dit is in het leven ook zo. Hoe duister het leven ook mag blijken, er is altijd wel wat positiefs te zien. Deze mening over dit schilderij vond er dus erg mooi aan. Door een diepere betekenis. | M.C. Escher

Escher, M.C. Dutch, 1898 - 1972 Day and Night 1938 woodcut in black and gray, printed from two blocks image: x cm x 26 in.) sheet: x cm x 30 in. 303 Cornelius Van S.

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M C Escher: Sphere Spirals 1958 woodcut in grey, black, yellow and pink, printed from 4 blocks

"He who wonders discovers that this in itself is a wonder." — M.C. Escher (1898-1972) Escher (1959) —

Scholastica (Full Moon) - spooky forest with black cats& owl woodcut, 1931